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I no longer grace the doors of Wally World- I have found better merchandise at the 'little' stores around my town. Prices are about the same and there's plenty to choose from.
Now if they could ban shoppers in sweat pants or pajamas I might shop there
Walmart will NOT stock what a customer will request, and what little brand names they do stock sells, they double up on their own product. Some, of their products are OK, just OK, but most are bland, mushy, and full of unidentifiable stuff.
Clothing is straining to make "seconds status" Thrift stores carry better quality. Be careful with their electronics, most are shelf pulls from other stores, unadvertised factory re-habs. And I could go on for about another hour - but you get the point.
As long as they have the self checkouts, I will be shopping somewhere else. I refuse to pay for the merchandise that the self checkout allows people to steal and the honest customers have to pay for the merchandise. This is just increasing the amount of money that is being lost through stealing, Albertsons got smart and removed the self checkout registers from all of their stores. Makes since if you really think about not letting merchandise leave the store without being paid for.
Wal-Mart is not a place to shop, for most items. 1.They under pay employee greatlty, and with the
Oboma - Wellness Plan, they will make most employs part-timers to avoid insurance an more.
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