- Report: #1146553
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Complaint Review: walmart
walmart Walmart stole $200 Bentonville, AR Nationwide
*Consumer Comment: Walmart gift card scam
*Consumer Comment: I too have gone through the exact same thing
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I ordered a Visa gift card from Walmart.com for $200 and my credit card was charged $200 plus a $6.88 activation fee. I have ordered this card before for my daughter and normally I get a e-mail the day the card is shipped with password to activate the card.
This time I did not get the e-mail. The card arrived and because it is not activated my daughter cannot use the $200. I called the number the website said to call if you do not have the password 800-411-7942. You are given the run around, no one knows what you are talking about and they keep telling me I do not need to activate a Walmart gift card. However, this is not a Walmart gift card this is a Visa gift card and it has to be activated.
Finally, a very rude customer service told me I just have to wait seven days for someone to try to correct the problem. I told her I do not want to wait seven days, just refund my account the $206.88. She hung up. I cannot get a refund, I cannot activate the card. I been ripped off by Walmart $206.88 for a useless piece of plastice.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/14/2014 08:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/walmart/nationwide/walmart-Walmart-stole-200-Bentonville-AR-Nationwide-1146553. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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