“Do you realize what you are saying. Walmart employees more people than anyone. Even the US goverment, that includes all the armed forces combined. Would you really want that many people unemployed? Seems rather selfish to me. But if your already supporting walmart employees, imagine what you would be paying then. Just a thought people.”
“Should have come to my walmart 10lb bag of potatoes $1.97. Just saying, depends on where you live.”
oldiron21 on Mar 2, 2013 at 19:16:50
“No fair potato shopping in Idaho ;)
I am in Kingman Arizona..we are in the middle of nowhere..get a lot of overpriced and wilted stuff. I think the trucks dro the damaged good here on the way to civilization.
If it wasn't 115 in the summer I'd have a nice garden !”
“Really 100% honest post, Ha.I've worked for wal-mart for almost 15 years and I deal with vendors every day. Them being fined is a bunch of crock. They are given 8 hrs a day to deliver their goods, and even more time than that to stock it. We pay the vendors, but the vendors have a hard time giving us credit for their expired products, making us wait for days for credit on them. Really 100% are you kidding me.
As far as the lady going around and comparing prices, don't know where you live but my prices are the lowest in town. When they aren't we gladly comp. them.”
palmejn on Mar 1, 2013 at 19:43:08
“Your post is b***s***. My hubby has been dealing with WM for twenty long, frustrating years. Yes they have time windows, no we don't distribute product that expire. When products do expire, its usually because Wally leaves them sitting in the back. It's Wally that doesn't process credits as they are the only ones who issue the checks DUH!!!
There are shoppers all over the country doing survey for merchants, government, credit agencies, consumers groups. Why would I go to a market that doesn't have the products I want and/or gets fined for turning and spraying bad meat? NEVER EVER. Why would we go to a market that has spolied produce on the counters, bugs on the shelves, empty shelves, filthy restrooms. Why would we go to a merchant that abuses the poorest of the poor in sweatshops seven stories high with no fire escapes? Those who survive have waited YEARS FOR WAGES TO BE PAID after fires put them out of work.
You talk like a Bentonbille person then like store person. You don't know that most vendors don't deliver to stores directly. You are like one of Wally hired guns - online duty to attempt to dispute what shopper and vendors know is the truth.”