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(LA Times)   Wal-Mart testing mobile checkout to cut the amount of time you have to spend in their godforsaken stores   ( divider line
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1215 clicks; posted to Business » on 04 Sep 2012 at 7:40 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-09-04 08:25:30 AM  
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Hmm the key to shorter lines would be actually have checkers manning more than three of them at any given time.

The local store pulled the self-check after a year or so. Bastards

I was in Home Depot this weekend and they had the option to use PayPal on their registers. I can't figure out how that would be better than just using a debit/credit card.
2012-09-04 08:12:03 AM  
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You just have to learn when to avoid Walmart. A good time to avoid Wal-Mart is when the state of Virginia refills the EBT cards. People line up across the parking lot waiting for the second their benefits card is refilled. I wouldn't bank on their customers learning how to scan their own items either. Most of those people can't even grasp the concept of birth control.
/Just avoid Walmart altogether
//like I do
2012-09-04 07:46:23 AM  
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So, *grocery* stores - which have a general cross section of the population as their customer base - have found the savings in labor is overwhelmed by the increase in theft... but the crowd at *Warmart* isn't going to have that issue?
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