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Complaint Review: Target, Wal-mart, Toys R Us - Lancaster California

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  • Target, Wal-mart, Toys R Us 43525 N 10th St West Lancaster, California U.S.A.

Target, Wal-mart, Toys R Us they steal item then reseal it for you to buy! Ripoff Lancaster California

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this is what TARGET,WALMART, AND TOYS R US is boys are 5 and 10 years old and love to collect sports cards. they do chores to make a little money so they can save up to buy cards. when they have enough money they go to these stores and spend there hard earned money on these sports cards. they are not cheap! the cards are in a box with maybe 5 to 7 packs a box. they are 20$ a box. these packs have what they call"pull cards" pull cards are randomly inserted into these what is going on is someone is going through each pack, opening them, taking out these "pull cards" putting the regular cards back and resealing the box!(they are not doing a good job because you can tell they did it!). now if you try to get your money back the stores say that the item is a collectors item purchase and they sell it as is! so there is someone out there stealing cards and let me tell you there are cards out there worth 100$ to 5,000$!!! so i have tried to tell the managers of each store and they really have no answer! i also tried to contact the actual card manufactures and they have no answer! this means kids are going to get ripped off and employees at these stores are getting rich!

Lancaster, California

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AUTHOR: Adrian - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Hi, I just wanted to say that at our Toys R Us, there is always a manager or supervisor at the loading dock when the trucks come in. Hence, the employees are not stealing. The stealing you are seeing is actually done by experienced customers. These people have rolls of tape and reseal the boxes after they take what they want. We have several teenage boys whom we see doing this often. If you ever see people doing this, tell a manager to call a code geoffery and get these people banned from the store. You should research your facts before you blame innocent employees. We're not thieves. Sounds like you need to reconsider your words in this case. Thanks.

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Ah, such libelous statements ...

AUTHOR: Peter - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 10, 2006

How can you PROVE that it is the employees of these stores removing cards from the package? How can you prove that it is NOT other customers or even yourself who are doing this?

Second, if you can "tell" that these cartons have been opened because of the obvious tape-up job, WHY do you choose to still buy them without first checking them out?

Use some common sense, and stop blaming your shortcomings on everyone BUT yourself!

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