Terrible customer services - impossible to contact and no answer to emails - do not buy here
Review by Rhodmat Gambarin3 months ago
OMG WOTSITS ARE NOW BOASTING LESS PLASTIC PACKING, WHAT THEY ARE NOT BOASTING BUT HAS ALSO CHANGED IS THE WOTSIT ITSELF IS NOW SMALLER TO FIT THE NEW SMALLER PACKET...... ENOUGH IS ENOUGH BIG BUISNESS!! SUCKING MONEY ANYWHICH WAY YOU CAN, LOOKING FOR EXCUSES TO CUT CORNERS, I'M DONE I WILL BUY ANYONE ELSE'S PRODUCT OTHER THAN WALKERS UNTILL I SEE REAL SIZES COME BK YOU MISERS!!!!!!!!!! I HOPE EVERYONE ELSE DOES THE SAME, ITS NOT LIKE YOU DON'T MAKE PROFIT EVERY YEAR YOUJUST WANT MORE AND MORE AND NOW ITS AT THE CONSUMERS EXPENSE. SHAME ON YOU!!!
Review by Ruffdoug5 months ago
The year was 1995 and a 15 year old Marilyn (Bushy as she was known to friends and fans back then) was on a school trip to The National Space Centre in Leicester. Of course I’ve always been more interested in socialising at universal sex parties than the universe itself which is why Bri and I snuck off to the closest strip club for all you can eat “Tap-As” and a £10 tittie dance.
Upon entry to “Nip-Slip” I instantly spotted Gary Lineker, the best looking English footballer that looks like the love child of a raunchy love affair between the FA cup and the KFC Colonel. It’s common knowledge that Gaz loves both Chicken and Football which only encourages the fact it’s most likely true. While myself and Bri sat there chucking back the Cava and stuffing our faces full of chorizo we simultaneously locked eyes with The Lineker and lured him towards us. Upon arrival to our table Gary held out his hand to introduce himself but all I could focus on was the overwhelming smell of cheese and onion crisps. When I asked him about the smell he simply replied “I love walkers cheese and onion crisps.” That’s when my libido turned off and my business head turned on. I suggested Gary became the face of Walkers and the rest is history as they say.
Nothing happened between me and Gary back in 1995 but he took my advice and sold the s*** out of those Leicester based potato chip giants. Seven years later Gary and I rekindled at Britain’s Best Crisp and Dip Awards 2002 when I’d grown into a world renowned model and porn star while he was yet to grow into those ears of his. Our smouldering eyes locked once more across a bowl of Doritos and jar of picked onions. The room was full of thousands of crisps, dips, flavours, colours, herbs and spices but I could still smell him. I’d never forget that smell of fried chicken, cut grass and cheese and onion that instantly took me back to that day in “Nip-Slip” almost a decade ago.
As Gary walked over to me, he took my hand and quietly whispered in my ear “What’s your favourite flavour of crisp?” I replied “Salt and Lineker.” Before he kissed me and the overwhelming scent of cheesy potato snacks hit my taste buds like a large gulp of stale milk on a hot day. In a salty moment of passion we rushed back to Gary’s hotel room and made sweet love right there on a variety pack of walkers crisps. To this day, whenever the smell of cheese and onion hits my perfectly formed nose I’m instantly transported to that raunchy evening of passion, broken crisps and a lot of chaffing.
Review by Bonanza6 months ago
Just tried Salt & Vinegar flavour. Now i know why i don't eat Walkers or Smiths anymore - tasteless. Worse than they used to be - don't even taste like crisps.
Will stick to McCoys or Kettle Chips now.
Review by Tbear7 months ago
I would just like to know if walkers have moved there factory from Leicester over to Sweden and moved in with Ikea, as all their crisps seem to be flat packed now with fewer potatoes in a pack they say 25 grams per pack. I think its an absolute joke on how much they charge per bag, they are just ripping the customer off.
Review by Jseeman7 months ago
I’ve just seen the comments Gary Lineker has placed in the public domain, the man is using his status to add further fuel to the fire that is spreading the UK. I will not be purchasing your products again as if I did I would be indirectly funding this man that you pay.
Review by Cynth Jawaharlall11 months ago
Terrible customer service Walkers I've put a quality complaint in via your website yesterday and had to re - submit it because it wasn't acknowledged and then followed up with 2 further issues regarding your complaints procedure, guess what? you haven't bothered to reply to any of them
Review by Dotun Henderer1 year ago
I found a tint peace of plastic in my packet of Marmite crisps I did send an email to walkers with images but not heard anything back not even an acknowledgement email, very disappointing to say the least.
Review by Tingtongtony Comedian1 year ago
Review by Cocoyoga1 year ago
I find it rather DISRESPECTFUL that Walkers see fit to class SCOTLAND (and Wales) "Regions"!! Scotland is a COUNTRY!! There is no such country as Great Britain or United Kingdom - GB is the island which 3 countries share, those being SCOTLAND/WALES/England!! UK is a political agreement between the GB Countries & Northern Ireland. Therefore it would be very much appreciated if you rebrand your current promotion to reflect this!! Here is an idea...instead of "regional" you could have marketed it as "LOCAL" favourites!! If you don't want sales to drop in TWO out of Three Countries then I would stress the importance of amending your promotion as a matter of urgency!! #Scotland #Wales #CelticNations
Review by Huntermoore Evangelou1 year ago
2025 is too long to wait for Walkers to change the crisp bag
Review by Lolo1 year ago
Actually, love a lot of your products but your customer service is nonexistent. I had an issue and contacted you though your online form and the response since has been embarrassingly bad! In the end I feel like you have chosen to ignore me completely despite numerous follow-up emails. I will most likely continue to buy some of your products, but you do need to address these issues...
Review by Ramanujam1 year ago
I recently had cause to contact Walkers regarding a multipack of Cheesy Wotsits. The pack in question was a 12 pack purchased in Ipswich, Suffolk. I emailed their Customer Services to complain as 4 out of 6 packs so far opened, had been stale. The stale one's packaging was intact and they were still 'in date'. A week later i had a letter from them with a paltry £3.50 worth of vouchers enclosed. The product had cost me £2.00, so for all the time spent writing the email and filling in all the details (bar code number, factory code, time code etc) i had been compensated £1.50....not good enough by a long, long way i thought. Add to this that my pathetic 'compensation' would have to be spent on their products and i was thoroughly annoyed!
I will not be buying any Walkers products ever again in protest....
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