It might be the 50th birthday of Walmart, but they will only have the right to celebrate once their customers are satisfied with them which is certainly not happening at least at present. In one of the recent incidents that took place in Walmart Michigan, a woman named LeAnn Ward used her Bridge card and asked for 100 dollars cash back as part of the assistance that she receives from the state.
She took the money and went to a store next door to buy cleaning supplies. It was there she found out that the cash she had been given at Wal-Mart was counterfeit. When Leanne took the fake bill back to Walmart, she was told that they couldn’t do anything for her as she had left the building.
Even though Ward isn’t that upset for losing the money, she just wants everyone to know that there is fake money in circulation.
At the same time this is not the first incident of counterfeit currency that has emerged for Wal-Mart. Just a couple of days ago Julia Garcia from Texas sued Walmart stores after she was accused of using counterfeit currency.
Two employees from the store allegedly destroyed her two $100 bills when she tried to pay with them. Garcia says that the incident occurred in December 2010 while she was shopping for Christmas. She claims that Walmart employees ripped up her authentic 100 dollar bills and detained her for two hours without any just cause.
So, for Walmart, birthday bumps later, customer satisfaction first.
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