Costco Wholesale Headquarters Address, CEO Email, and Contact Details

Costco Wholesale Headquarters

Costco Wholesale is one of the largest MNC chain of membership-only warehouse clubs in the United States of America. The company is listed in NASDAQ with stock name COST. As on September 11, 2020, their stock price is US$339.13. The company is headquartered in Issaquah, Washington, United States. The company was founded on September 15, 1983 in Seattle, Washington, United StatesIn very short period of time, they had gained good popularity among the customers especially money-saving people.

Costco Wholesale is simply known as Costco among the customers and they have various subsidiaries, such as Costco Travel, NW Re Ltd., Costco Insurance Agency Inc., Costco Wholesale International Inc., and more. They have good respect and customer base all around the United States, thanks to their world-class service and customer support.

Costco Wholesale Headquarters
Costco Wholesale Headquarters

Costco Wholesale Corporate Headquarters Information

The official corporate mailing address of Costco Wholesale is given here, PO Box 34331, Seattle, WA 98124, United States. You can send your complaint, feedback, suggestion, and any other thing with proper and brief explanation. Please do not send any other precious things.

Please also note down Costco Wholesale Corporate Headquarters Address: 999 Lake Drive Issaquah, WA 98027, United States. This is a place where you should take prior appointment to meet anyone for your work.

Costco Wholesale CEO Email Address

If you are not satisfied with your complaint at Costco, please get in touch with CEO of the company. Here is email address cjelinek@costco.com

Costco Anywhere Visa® Card by Citi

If you are holding card by Citi with Costco Anywhere VISA(R), please find contact details below:

  • Consumer cards: 1-855-378-6467
  • Business cards: 1-855-378-6468

Customer Service Numbers

Costco Wholesale customer support is one of the quick ways to approach them, find below their contacts:

  • Costco Photo Center: 1-855-620-7579
  • Costco Business Center Orders: 1-800-788-9968
  • Costco.com Pharmacy: 1-800-607-6861
  • Costco Travel: 1-877-849-2730
  • Costco Concierge Services Technical Support: 1-866-861-0450
  • Costco Home Improvement Installed Products: 1-844-765-0251
  • Costco.com Online Orders: 1-800-955-2292
  • Membership and Warehouse: 1-800-774-2678

FREE TECHNICAL SUPPORT (Exclusively for Members)

If you are member of Costco Wholesale, please find below free support (technical):

  • TOLL-FREE Number: 1-866-861-0450

Costco Wholesale Investors Relations Contact

Please note down Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer Phone Number (425) 313-8203 to get further information about IR.

You can also get in touch with Senior Vice President, Financial Planning & Investor Relations on this phone number (425) 313-8255. Assistant Vice President, Financial Planning & Investor Relations Phone: (425) 313 – 8239.

Director, Financial Planning & Investor Relations Phone: (425) 313 – 8254 / Email: investor@costco.com

ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFORMATION

  • Information Technology Email: isinfo@costco.com
  • Corporate Office, 999 Lake Drive, Issaquah, WA 98027
  • Official Portal: https://www.costco.com/

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Social Presence

Right now, Facebook is the only account which is verified with blue-tick mark. They have other social networking accounts and pages but they are not verified with blue-tick marked. Please let us know if you found any blue-tick marked Twitter and Instagram Accounts.

About Costco Wholesale Products

They sale various products in the following categories: Appliances, Computers, Baby Products, Holiday and Seasonal. Floral & Gift Baskets, Gourmet Foods, Electronics, Food & Household. Home Improvement, Beauty, Clothing, Luggage & Handbags. Home & Kitchen, Sports & Fitness, Toys & Books, Patio, and more..

Article last re-published on September 14, 2020.

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  1. Post COVID-19, COSTCO implemented an internal policy that states, “Do to the health and safety of COSTCO employees, no member service representative is allowed to inform members over the phone if or when the warehouse has (or does not have) a specific item in the store.” Members are instructed to come to the store everyday to check to see if the item(s) are on the shelves.

    On the surface this policy appears neutral. However, as written and or implemented in your store(s), this policy has created an unnecessary burden on your customers with mobility problems in that we have to come to the store every day, walk to the area, look for an item and find that it’s not there. Your policy creates a greater burden for customers like me who are disabled and find it challenging to walk to and through your store everyday.

    I am writing to ask you to review and reconsider the policy you have instituted to establish a process that is amenable to both your employees and your customers with a disability. I am asking that you modify your policy to ensure both your employees and customers are protected from harm.

    Since it is your desire to ensure that your staff does not communicate a message that invokes anger or hostility about a desired item for purchase, instead of your member services representatives stating “I can’t tell you over the phone whether the store has an item or not, you’ll have to come into the warehouse and see for yourself.” I recommend that you instruct your representatives to say something along the lines of “a shipment arrived with those items, but due to the limited quantity, we cannot guarantee how long the items will remain on the shelves.” Or “a shipment with the requested items are due to arrive on xyz day, due to limited quantities, we cannot guarantee how long they will remain on the shelves.” And provide regular updates as to when the items will be made available using the same caveat.

    Currently, you are forcing me to have to come to the store everyday and risk injury because you’re more concerned about “upsetting” potentially 1/4th of your customer base. Either way, I’m asking you to rethink the policy to ensure a win-win situation is created for COSTCO and your customers with a disability. Thank you.

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