When Nick Fitzsimmons tries to buy an iPad at Walmart, he gets the runaround. Why does it need to conduct a “background check” on him?
Read more “Walmart took my money! Why won’t it just give me the iPad!”
Jennifer Chropkowski sees a fabulous deal on two cases of cat food at Walmart.com and places an order. But she only receives two cans. The retail giant promises to correct the problem, but inexplicably sends just two more cans — and a formal letter announcing that Chropkowski is now banned from Walmart. What’s going on here? Read more “Banned from Walmart over two missing cases of cat food!”
We’ll never know what happened to Mattie McGhee. “Walmart stole my money,” she said. “I want Walmart to pay me for the pain inflicted on my family and me.”
How much? $5,000. Read more “Walmart stole my money (and other stories you’ll never read about here)”
Rozanne Polansky is angry about recent marketing decisions by Sears, Walmart and Amazon. She thinks “morally offensive merchandise” should be removed from websites that cater to “regular” customers like her. Read more “These readers are outraged by Sears and Amazon. Should they be?”
Who would have thought Jesse G. Kirby’s Pig Stand in Dallas would be a trailblazer for yet another way to “maximize” our 24-hour day?
In 1921, Kirby’s Pig Stand was the first to bring food out to cars waiting in the parking lot. Back then, the deliveries included hot chicken-fried steak sandwiches delivered to hungry families who had just pulled up in their Ford Model Ts. Read more “What’s the real cost of grocery pick-up service?”