I am from the Wal-mart area and I am not very happy with them. They have taken everything out of the store except what they think are a couple of their best sellers and they have raised their prices so much I don't shop there at all. I have seen for years how they run all the little stores out like say fabric stores, then when they see they don't make enough money on that they quit carring it and then no one in the area has fabric. I have come to the conclusion that they are just as big of vultures with their banking business. My experience with them was i was selling my house and the people that wanted to buy it went to their bank and so when they appraised my house they appraised it way low from what i had it price at. I wouldn't go down so needless to say the people backed out. then when the next people came to buy my house i did go down a little on the price, but my house appraised for around 5,000 more than the price i origanly had it for. Of course they weren't trying to finance it through this certain AR bank. So to sum it up "their bank" was trying to take advantage of me and have a house that was worth a lot more than the mortgage they held on it. I have always said the bigger you are the harder you fall and Wal-Mart is going to see that someday. You can't forever take advantage of everyone around you and stay on top forever. As a Arkansas person, i must say i am ashamed of Wal-Mart and their ways.
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