I love Walmart.com. If something your ordered doesn't work out you can return it to the store. There is a lot more things offered online that you can't find in the store. The Site to Store option is great also.
My credit card information was stolen through this site and someone charged over 3k worth of phones but they did finally stop shipment. I am upset that I was hacked through their "secure" website though!
I love the one stop shopping for all my needs in one place and the fact they match all other sales prices. It stands to reason to save gas . the quility of products are as good if not better than name brands.
Last year I bought a "brand new" ipod touch and when I got it home it had 33 contact numbers already stored in it. I bought it online and took it to the store and told them it was obviously refurbished because they had forgot to remove the stored phone numbers and I was told by one associate after another that they would not accept the return without the original box it came in. Finally, an assistant manager told me that online purchases had to be returned online - (an outright lie) I asked him what if they tell me I need the original box also? At that, he turned his lips upside down, cocked his head, and shrugged his shoulders as if to say who cares.
Wal-Mart uses advertising dollars on USATODAY's web site to attack and promote falsehoods against the Catholic Church. If they were spending money on factual matters, it would be fair game, but Walmart on 7/25/2013, paid for a poll on David Letterman comparing all priests to molesters and Jay Leno stating Pope Francis could be mistaken for Lady Gaga.
Leno’s jab was inoffensive, but Letterman’s July 23 monologue (which I commented on), was vile. His “altar boy” quip—World Youth Day is called by the Vatican “salute to altar boys”—is a vicious hit on 40,000 innocent priests.
USA Today took Letterman’s offensive remarks to a new level. It not only flagged his bigotry, it celebrated it. Predictably, many more respondents preferred Letterman’s obscene statement to Leno’s throw-away line.
USA Today is exercised over racial profiling, but it obviously thinks religious profiling is acceptable, at least when it comes to Catholic priests. And they consider themselves open-minded and fair..