WM adamantly refused to take a car battery back ($104.43) and refund my money. Wouldn't do it.
They wanted me to keep buying their Ever Maxx brand again, and again, and again. There didn't seem to be a way to get away from them and that brand. Lots of folks I'm sure have been content with this brand battery. I was not.
It lasted 9 weeks. I didn't want to swap it for another one. I will give WM customer service mgr kudos for offering an even-amount gift card, finally. Should have offered that two weeks ago.
An interesting CR article this month on the no-sue clauses that now accompany the vast majority of consumer purchases across the board. Arbitration, or you're out of luck, and arbitration is no guarantee of winning anything. Class-action lawsuits may disappear in ten years.
Be wary out there. On your toes.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Battery Replacement.
Location: Kathleen, Georgia