posted on Feb, 16 2013 @ 11:23 AM
I'd like to know exactly how they determined that the reasons for the sales were because of Obamacare and such.
I mean, many people are still paying off Christmas debt for one thing, plus the price of gas, etc. But yeah, blame it on Obamacare, WM execs.
Purchases are oftentimes less the few months after Christmas, especially from lower income folks..
Of course, maybe if WM took customer service seriously they might not lose so much money. I decided last year to stop shopping there, because the two
closest stores keep pissing me off. The first one kept changing its stock so much that the majority of the things i needed and used to buy there, they
don't even carry any more! The other store is a mess of inefficiency. Only two express lanes, which generally have 12-15 people on them and a 15-20
minutes checkout time, many of those people with carts full of items over the limit, and no self check out.
Think Walmart cares? Nope.
Crappy thing is, where i live, the only other closest place to buy things is 30 minutes away or so. Whereas i used to just "run to Walmart" to get
something, now i have to either plan ahead or do without. And THIS is their monopoly. Need some camp dry. Why the heck am i supposed to buy it around
here except at WM?
See ya, Walmart.
edit on 16-2-2013 by Liquesence because: (no reason given)
edit on 16-2-2013 by Liquesence because:
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