Are you serious?
Posted in the Greeneville Forum
Since: Nov 12
#1 Oct 14, 2013
I really like this part,
Walmart spokeswoman Kayla Whaling told the station the company made a conscious decision to keep ringing up goods rather than to cut people off.
"We did make the decision to continue to accept EBT cards (and purchases on WIC and SNAP) during the outage so that they could get food for their families," she said.
You're welcome lazy asses!!
#2 Oct 15, 2013
Saint Louis, MO
#3 Oct 15, 2013
What else could they do? If they cut the people off, it would be a public relations nightmare for WalMart. I seriously doubt "charity" ever played into it.
#4 Oct 15, 2013
this was a damned if u do damned if u don't situation on walmarts part, however, if anyone had any common sense, a limit of say like $100 would have been sufficient until the glitch was fixed.
Walmart has one less employee now thanks to the unbelievable greed of the ones that took advantage, and ya'll know who ya are, shame on you. FYI folks, the state will eventually catch up with the ones who took advantage and see who's paying back this $ to them. Sucks to be you when it happens.
to the one that authorized unlimited charges, smfh, what were you thinking
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