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02-22-2018 05:18 AM
Unregistered
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

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Without walmart there is no life...
I seriously doubt that. Seems we did just fine before they arrived.
Move on and find another store if they don't want you there.
02-06-2018 11:24 AM
Unregistered
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

Without walmart there is no life...
02-05-2018 10:43 PM
Disagreeable
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

Even I have been kicked out of a few Walmart stores for complaining. Go on with your life. There is life after one Walmart store.
02-01-2018 03:36 PM
Dontyouworry
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

Yes they can ban, provided they should be able to prove under what criteria they are doing that.
01-31-2018 09:39 AM
Lexus
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

As it is a private property the management can ban anyone to enter the property. But they could not impose force upon a person to leave the place. If such a thing happens you can file a complaint against them.
01-31-2018 06:11 AM
Unregistered
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

If they ban you, switch to Amazon! That can be your revenge!!
01-09-2018 02:58 PM
adjusterjack
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

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I was refused a special discount at wm because they said it expired. (I saw no evidence of that even after they said it)
After I made a huge deal about it the manager said they banned me from the store and not to come back. Is that legal? is that binding?
Yes, it's legal.

A Walmart store is private property. They can ban you for any reason as long as it doesn't involve illegal discrimination.

They can have you arrested for trespassing if you go back.

From now on control your temper when somebody tells you something you don't want to hear.
01-09-2018 08:00 AM
ann88667
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

I was refused a special discount at wm because they said it expired. (I saw no evidence of that even after they said it)
After I made a huge deal about it the manager said they banned me from the store and not to come back. Is that legal? is that binding?
05-20-2017 04:34 AM
Unregistered
Re: Can Walmart ban a shopper because they say the shopper has complained too much?

Most walmarts are not that picky or assertive. You must have caught somebody on a bad day or perhaps you were doing something else to also provoke them? Is that possible?
05-16-2017 12:29 AM
goddessoflubboc
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I was banned for having a t shirt that said FUC YOU--spelled just like that.

I think that is really stupid. And maybe illegal.
It's not illegal. No one (and certainly no govt agency for whom it was construed) is taking away your 1st amendment rights. You are simply suffering the consequences of that decision. Perfectly legal.
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