Walmart Savings Catcher (SC) transfers money from my account to eGift Cards without my authorization (verbal or written) and a SC supervisor stated that SC was not to blame - he BLAMED American Express for the FRAUD.
I ONLY purchase groceries that are shown on sale in local competitors weekly ads. SC typically catches less than 60%. I then submit online via SC web form and rarely hear back. If/when I do, they rarely agree. Then I attach images of competitors ad(s) and wait weeks and they still fail to credit my account.
I have talked to the same SC supervisor, Miss Stacy, multiple times and she has continuously failed to facilitate solutions that credit my SC account.
I have spend over 150 hours trying to recover $$$ associated with approximately 20 items that appear in competitors ads during the same week I purchased groceries from Walmart. Sadly, the SC program still has my money and continuously BLAMES others for the problem - or consistently FAILS to be accountable for its' actions or lack of action.
I have also contacted Wal-Mart Stores Inc. at 479-273-4000 (where you can press 0 (zero) for an operator). The always transfer me to Priority Assistance and when I ask to file a complaint against SC, they always try to transfer the call to SC. That's like being in a grade school playground fight with some cretin named "Duke Holley McMillon" whom defecated on your tennis shoes and then wiped *** (human ***) on your face - then you go to the school principal to complain and the principal send you back to the cretin "Duke Holley McMillon."
Savings Catcher is a TOTAL SCAM. The program agreement requires arbitration, but that's merely a road block. It is time for a CLASS ACTION law suit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and its FRAUDULENT Savings Catcher program.
Whose with me?
SCAMMED in Minnesota by Walmart Savings Catcher.
Reason of review: Walmart is STEALING my MONEY.