Hazleton, Pennsylvania
6 comments

I went to walmart today to cash 1 of their money order. First the woman told me they don't cash it and to go to the post office.

I told her it wasn't a postal money order it was from Walmart. After arguing with her she finally saw where it said Walmart on it. By the way, this is a manager I was dealing with. After about 5 minutes she hands me $5.94.

The money order was only $6. I asked her what happened to the $.06 and she said it was a fee to cash the check. Really?????? They charge to cash their own check.

They charge for the money order then charge to cash it.

Absolute ***!!! I'm not complaining about the $.06, it's the fact that they double charge.

Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Manager.

Reason of review: Problems with payment.

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realm188
#960980

MoneyGram and Walmart are two different companies. I suggest that you find out about a company and what you are using or doing before you spend the money.

It's *** to not know. Try taking some responsibility.

You were charged six cents and you are complaining like a child. My one year old nephew acts better than you.

MattD78
#959354

According to Walmart's readily available policy:

Check Cashing Fees

Cashing your check at your local Walmart is affordable, with fees based on the amount of the check:

For checks up to and including $1000: $3.00

For checks over $1000 up to and including $5000: $6.00

So you got off easy paying only 6 cents because according to Walmart's own policy cashing that money order should have cost you $3.

Anonymous
#958885

I'm sure that it was clearly posted that there would be a fee for this service. It takes the associates time to cash, so they charge you to pay for their time.

KevinRichards
#958978
@nonny

You are right but you cannot blame this person for the misunderstanding. This person is a child and probably does not know how to read. So she did not see that it was clearly posted.

Anonymous
#958820

A Walmart money order is not a WalMart check. The money orders do come from another company.

If you had looked at the money order really carefully I bet you would have seen a name of another company on it too. It also doesn't matter that the employee you were dealing with was a manager, with all the stress managers have, they are entitled to make a mistake occasionally.

Apparently you think you are perfect, but you don't seem to know that it isn't proper to use "1" instead of spelling it out.

KevinRichards
#958785

It is six cents, the service is not free, get a job if you feel you were double charged. Six cents is not double $5.94.

They have every right to charge you for services. If you lived in another country say even Canada and you were changing money to US dollars you would be charged a fee.

If you were using coinstar to count your coins you would be charged a fee. This is a silly complaint about someone who is too silly to pay for their services.