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2012-11-14 09:29:34 PM
Next.
 
2012-11-14 09:32:55 PM

SuperDuper28: Even if you happened to get a lazy stupid person on the service desk that doesn't check the contents of a return Walmart doesn't put returns back on the shelf. They're all shipped back to the distributor.

What you most likely have going in here is someone playing switcharoo during the manufacturing or shipping process


My money is on the guy biatching about the I pad being a fake is trying to steal from Walmart
 
2012-11-14 09:33:05 PM
Was it manufactured by Sony? NSFW, naughty language
 
2012-11-14 09:34:31 PM

Indubitably: Next.


Dude, I don't know how to say this so I will just say it.

You really need to stop smoking meth. Out of 53 posts you have 13 and all of them are inane dribble, which seems to be the average post from you.
 
2012-11-14 09:36:45 PM
Yeah... right...
 
GBB
2012-11-14 09:37:48 PM

Tr0mBoNe: I'll add iPad to my list of things not to buy at walmart.

Socks are generally safe.


Nope. Went in and bought a package of 6 pairs of socks .... only 11 in the package.
 
GBB
2012-11-14 09:39:02 PM

cardex: SuperDuper28: Even if you happened to get a lazy stupid person on the service desk that doesn't check the contents of a return Walmart doesn't put returns back on the shelf. They're all shipped back to the distributor.

What you most likely have going in here is someone playing switcharoo during the manufacturing or shipping process

My money is on the guy biatching about the I pad being a fake is trying to steal from Walmart


Exactly. He probably did buy a fake from a guy in the parking lot. Then he went in and bought an actual one and is claiming the fake is the one he bought in the store.
 
2012-11-14 09:39:33 PM
At least it wasn't a P-P-P-Powerbook.

www.zug.com
 
2012-11-14 09:40:00 PM

SearchN: Indubitably: Next.

Dude, I don't know how to say this so I will just say it.

You really need to stop smoking meth. Out of 53 posts you have 13 and all of them are inane dribble, which seems to be the average post from you.


AND, you offered me free pron.

Poetry; what is itz?
 
2012-11-14 09:40:36 PM

SuperDuper28: Even if you happened to get a lazy stupid person on the service desk that doesn't check the contents of a return Walmart doesn't put returns back on the shelf. They're all shipped back to the distributor.

What you most likely have going in here is someone playing switcharoo during the manufacturing or shipping process


Damaged products or used products go to the distributor if they think there's nothing wrong with it it'll end right back on the shelf...its the same at most any retailer...hence why they always ask is there anything wrong with it
 
2012-11-14 09:42:57 PM

Silentbob768768: SuperDuper28: Even if you happened to get a lazy stupid person on the service desk that doesn't check the contents of a return Walmart doesn't put returns back on the shelf. They're all shipped back to the distributor.

What you most likely have going in here is someone playing switcharoo during the manufacturing or shipping process

Damaged products or used products go to the distributor if they think there's nothing wrong with it it'll end right back on the shelf...its the same at most any retailer...hence why they always ask is there anything wrong with it


"He said, ominously..."
 
2012-11-14 09:49:00 PM

Lsherm: It's a Wal-mart problem, and it's not limited to iPads. My local Wal-mart is so resolutely shiatty, and with such untrustworthy employees, that buying even a $5 DVD or Blu-Ray is a crapshoot as to whether or not you'll actually get the product you wanted. Here's the scam:

An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

There are controls in place to avoid these kinds of shennanigans, especially for high ticket items, so I'd bet there's an employee on the inside validating these returns.


You can't tell if a disc is not inside a case yet? As soon as I pick up a movie or CD, I can immediately tell if it is empty.

/1000+ movies
//2000+ cds
 
2012-11-14 09:51:42 PM
Walmart repackages returned merchandise without checking it? I'm shocked.
 
2012-11-14 09:54:34 PM
"It's pretty hard to believe you're going to Walmart it's known worldwide," he said.

Walmart, high class quality, known worldwide
 
2012-11-14 09:59:14 PM
Wow was that gripping story of corporate shenanigans reducing an innocent, law-abiding citizen into raging violent psychotic bent on extracting cold-blooded revenge from an unfeeling, faceless corporate monster.

I can't wait to read what happens when Pereda eats at McDonalds and realizes the Quarter Pounder only has three ounces of meat.
 
2012-11-14 10:04:03 PM
That's nothing. My friend went to Walmart once, bought a Xbox 360 only to get home and find out someone had ripped out the 360's motherboard and replaced it with Maxims.... lol!
 
2012-11-14 10:08:54 PM

Indubitably:
Wal-Mart legitimizes low prices at the expense of local business and logical wages.

I beg to differ.


If you want to argue with yourself, go right ahead, but it looks a little weird.
 
2012-11-14 10:14:13 PM

Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)


Yes, I'm sure that a town of 500 people is the prime place for a mom and pop high-end electronics store...
 
2012-11-14 10:18:53 PM

IlGreven: Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)

Yes, I'm sure that a town of 500 people is the prime place for a mom and pop high-end electronics store...


Yes, but lecturing strangers on the Internet about the evils of Walmart is such an easy way to feel smug.
 
2012-11-14 10:21:12 PM

Prey4reign: Wow was that gripping story of corporate shenanigans reducing an innocent, law-abiding citizen into raging violent psychotic bent on extracting cold-blooded revenge from an unfeeling, faceless corporate monster.

I can't wait to read what happens when Pereda eats at McDonalds and realizes the Quarter Pounder only has three ounces of meat.


Quarter pound is the pre-cooking weight.
 
2012-11-14 10:25:01 PM

MadAzza: IlGreven: Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)

Yes, I'm sure that a town of 500 people is the prime place for a mom and pop high-end electronics store...

Yes, but lecturing strangers on the Internet about the evils of Walmart is such an easy way to feel smug.


I'm actually so far from smug in RL that you label-thrower-oners are sort of comical to me. What have you read of me? Let that be your judge overtime. I write briefly. You insult gravity...
 
2012-11-14 10:34:20 PM

Elzar:Elzar: Why not simply do what sane people do and buy from Amazon, Newegg or a retail store (Apple, ATT, Verizon)? Crisis avoided.


The store idea is fine but in my town (not just in my 'hood) people follow the delivery vans and snatch the goods for the front porch. Even in nice 'hoods.

I can get away with a DVD or two here and there if the USPS hides it behind the flower pot on my porch. Many of us are single and don't have someone to pick up the goods on the porch during the day.

So your perfect solution for "sane" people is not so perfect. It may work for you but not everyone as you suggest.

My next best guess to your answer is move. Not an option for reasons I won't expound on.

I hear Amazon will be/is setting up delivery options to local stores. Then it will work for me.

Are all people who buy at Amazon et al sane? Probably not.
 
2012-11-14 10:35:06 PM

Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)


Oof, I'll assume you're a troll. There is no local commerce, idiot. There's a gas station. Gas stations don't sell DVDs. The Wal mart might have put a local grocery store out of business, but that's it. It's literally the only store selling groceries, clothes, electronics and housewares together within 20 miles of my house. They set up shop in a commercial dead zone.
 
2012-11-14 10:40:28 PM

Lsherm: Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)

Oof, I'll assume you're a troll. There is no local commerce, idiot. There's a gas station. Gas stations don't sell DVDs. The Wal mart might have put a local grocery store out of business, but that's it. It's literally the only store selling groceries, clothes, electronics and housewares together within 20 miles of my house. They set up shop in a commercial dead zone.


Excellent post-analysis...
 
2012-11-14 10:41:02 PM

Indubitably: Let that be your judge


2.bp.blogspot.com

if your lawyer's asleep then give him a nudge
Everybody look alive cos here come de judge
 
2012-11-14 10:41:51 PM

Indubitably: Lsherm: Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)

Oof, I'll assume you're a troll. There is no local commerce, idiot. There's a gas station. Gas stations don't sell DVDs. The Wal mart might have put a local grocery store out of business, but that's it. It's literally the only store selling groceries, clothes, electronics and housewares together within 20 miles of my house. They set up shop in a commercial dead zone.

Excellent post-analysis...


Next.
 
2012-11-14 10:43:38 PM

WeenerGord: Indubitably: Let that be your judge

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if your lawyer's asleep then give him a nudge
Everybody look alive cos here come de judge


I object to your suspect.

Deviolence, now.
 
2012-11-14 10:44:38 PM

WeenerGord: Indubitably: Let that be your judge

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 206x200]

if your lawyer's asleep then give him a nudge
Everybody look alive cos here come de judge


meat AND sauce?
 
2012-11-14 10:45:47 PM
So just a question for the general audience: I've watched indubitably write utter nonsense, reply to himself, and generally act quite insane on these pages for months now:- does anybody know what the story is there? I'm genuinely interested.

Sometimes I suspect English isn't his first language; sometimes I think it's just attention whoring but generally it appears to be genuine insanity.

Does anybody know what to go is?
 
2012-11-14 10:47:41 PM
Ever get that fishing sinking feeling that something isn't right?

farm1.staticflickr.com
 
2012-11-14 10:49:15 PM

Brother Head: You know how I know you didn't read the comments?


Who reads the comments? Seriously, nobody reads the comments. And nobody comments on the comments. Sheesh. Really? Reading comments.
 
2012-11-14 10:49:45 PM

Basil: Does anybody know what to go is?


Could be troll is?
 
2012-11-14 10:52:52 PM

Basil: So just a question for the general audience: I've watched indubitably write utter nonsense, reply to himself, and generally act quite insane on these pages for months now:- does anybody know what the story is there? I'm genuinely interested.

Sometimes I suspect English isn't his first language; sometimes I think it's just attention whoring but generally it appears to be genuine insanity.

Does anybody know what to go is?


Literal vs.figurative.

Binary.
 
2012-11-14 11:06:48 PM
Basil:

I'm starting to suspect bot. Or, my above post.
 
2012-11-14 11:08:52 PM
To iJudge, hmmm.
 
2012-11-14 11:13:53 PM
"It's pretty hard to believe you're going to Walmart it's known worldwide," he said.



Apparently this stupid motherfarker right here didn't pay attention to what Walmart if famous the world over for.
 
2012-11-14 11:19:37 PM
I really had no idea Walmart was actually allowed to sell iPads.
 
2012-11-14 11:34:06 PM

Indubitably: Basil: So just a question for the general audience: I've watched indubitably write utter nonsense, reply to himself, and generally act quite insane on these pages for months now:- does anybody know what the story is there? I'm genuinely interested.

Sometimes I suspect English isn't his first language; sometimes I think it's just attention whoring but generally it appears to be genuine insanity.

Does anybody know what to go is?

Literal vs.figurative.

Binary.


I'm betting college-age male with few close friends who enjoys confusing people. If everyone around you is always confused, you will always be superior, right? And he will find the idea that one of us thinks this hilarious, even if I'm spot-on.
 
2012-11-14 11:34:21 PM

Indubitably: Indubitably: Lsherm: Indubitably: Lsherm: andyofne: Lsherm: An unscrupulous (read: criminal) employee or customer wants something that Wal-mart sells. They buy it, take it home, replace the contents of the box, re-shrink wrap it, then they return it. Wal-Mart puts it back on the shelf without ever checking the product inside the box. I think I went through a six month period where every DVD I bought from Wal-Mart was a perfectly wrapped case with no DVD inside.

And you stupidly kept buying them there?

I live in a rural enough area that my choices are:

Wal-mart - 15 miles away
Best Buy - 25 miles away

and that's it. There aren't "local stores," or Target, or any other chain. And most days, that extra 20 miles round trip isn't worth it.

I get most of my stuff from Amazon, the Wal-mart DVD purchases were, as designed, spur of the moment because I was already there.

That's because Wal-Fart killed your towns' businesses, yo. In an effort to save pennies. Are you proud of that, American? To save pennies, you killed local.

For shame.

Shame on you.

Shop local and rectify your wrongs.

Show Wal-Giants that the sling is still effective...

*)

Oof, I'll assume you're a troll. There is no local commerce, idiot. There's a gas station. Gas stations don't sell DVDs. The Wal mart might have put a local grocery store out of business, but that's it. It's literally the only store selling groceries, clothes, electronics and housewares together within 20 miles of my house. They set up shop in a commercial dead zone.

Excellent post-analysis...

Next.


Are you congratulating yourself?
 
2012-11-14 11:35:12 PM

TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: That's some real good return checking there, Lou.

This is why you don't buy shiat at Wal-mart.


I bought a Bluetooth headset from Amazon that turned out to be a counterfeit. Somebody had bought it originally and returned the box with the fake inside.

Avoiding WalMart isn't going to save you. I bought a Bluetooth headset from Amazon that turned out to be a look-alike (but not perform-alike) counterfeit. Somebody had bought it originally and returned the box with the fake inside.
 
2012-11-14 11:45:39 PM

TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: That's some real good return checking there, Lou.


Looks like they fell for it...hook, line, and sinker.
 
2012-11-15 12:21:36 AM

jjorsett: TheBeastOfYuccaFlats: That's some real good return checking there, Lou.

This is why you don't buy shiat at Wal-mart.

I bought a Bluetooth headset from Amazon that turned out to be a counterfeit. Somebody had bought it originally and returned the box with the fake inside.

Avoiding WalMart isn't going to save you. I bought a Bluetooth headset from Amazon that turned out to be a look-alike (but not perform-alike) counterfeit. Somebody had bought it originally and returned the box with the fake inside.


Amazon doesn't send returns as new goods. If you buy a new product from Amazon (as opposed to from some random vendor via Amazon), you will get what you pay for unless the UPS guy smashes it.

Returned merchandise is sold through Amazon Warehouse at a discount, and they do verify it's authentic in my experience (but I can see how a fake electronic device might fool someone).
 
2012-11-15 12:24:26 AM

Loren:
The bad ones I've gotten from Fry's (an old product in the box, not empties or fakes) have all lacked the normal return stickers they should have. Thus I don't think it's an employee validating the returns, but rather employees simply swapping out the stuff and putting it back *WITHOUT* going through the return procedure at all.


Fry's is the worst in my experience.
 
2012-11-15 12:25:38 AM
Another scam is...they go to a large retail store, and find a big box with something cheap in it..say a swingset.., then stuff it full of dvd players, cd's, etc..then reseal the box..and pay like 100 bucks for 2k worth of electronics. Or..just switch the bar codes for something much cheaper. And hope that the clerk doesn't notice. I went to a large hardware store last week, and bought some lumber. Standard boards, nothing special. Like 2 bucks per. Got them up to the checkout, and the guy asked me what they were. I told him standard 1 x 4 x 8. He didn't even bother looking for the tags on them, just typed it in the computer. If i was dishonest, i could have gotten quality boards for a standard price.

/curses
 
2012-11-15 12:44:10 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: Another scam is...they go to a large retail store, and find a big box with something cheap in it..say a swingset.., then stuff it full of dvd players, cd's, etc..then reseal the box..and pay like 100 bucks for 2k worth of electronics. Or..just switch the bar codes for something much cheaper. And hope that the clerk doesn't notice. I went to a large hardware store last week, and bought some lumber. Standard boards, nothing special. Like 2 bucks per. Got them up to the checkout, and the guy asked me what they were. I told him standard 1 x 4 x 8. He didn't even bother looking for the tags on them, just typed it in the computer. If i was dishonest, i could have gotten quality boards for a standard price.

/curses


Another one is putting items between stacked storage bins.
 
2012-11-15 01:02:23 AM

saturn badger: Elzar:Elzar: Why not simply do what sane people do and buy from Amazon, Newegg or a retail store (Apple, ATT, Verizon)? Crisis avoided.

The store idea is fine but in my town (not just in my 'hood) people follow the delivery vans and snatch the goods for the front porch. Even in nice 'hoods.

I can get away with a DVD or two here and there if the USPS hides it behind the flower pot on my porch. Many of us are single and don't have someone to pick up the goods on the porch during the day.

So your perfect solution for "sane" people is not so perfect. It may work for you but not everyone as you suggest.

This makes CanadaPost sound golden. when they drop off a parcel, they ring the door and if no one answers they leave a notice your parcel is at the local post office. You need to show ID verifying you are the recipient in order to get the parcel. Or you could just do what I have to do and ship to a P.O. Box. (has other benefits like mail not getting wet in the rain, etc)
 
2012-11-15 01:52:48 AM
There was a story similar to this, where some twit bought an "iPad" from someone at a gas station for about $200, got it home only to find out it was a thick mirror in the box...

One of the station's personnel was just saying how sad it all was, and the other 2 were just saying this woman was an idiot for trusting someone at a gas station to actually sell an iPad at a gas station... The first guy even opened up the phone lines, asking for anyone with a good experience to call in, and out of a dozen calls, only 1 had anything good to say, and that's because the guy calling checked the product out before handing the money over...

That being said, the article's point is why I never buy anything like that from a WalMart... You're already asking for problems just going in there...
 
2012-11-15 02:15:55 AM
WeenerGord:
Indubitably:
SearchN:
runs with mutts:


My lulzy typo aside; yes, he is trolltastic indeed. But he seems to be in a lot of threads doing this without very many people replying to him. Do most have him on ignore now? I shouldn't be surprised that people are this desperate for attention etc but I always am.
 
2012-11-15 02:31:23 AM
Go home, Indubitablee.

You're drunk.
 
2012-11-15 03:04:34 AM

runs with mutts: Indubitably: Basil: So just a question for the general audience: I've watched indubitably write utter nonsense, reply to himself, and generally act quite insane on these pages for months now:- does anybody know what the story is there? I'm genuinely interested.

Sometimes I suspect English isn't his first language; sometimes I think it's just attention whoring but generally it appears to be genuine insanity.

Does anybody know what to go is?

Literal vs.figurative.

Binary.

I'm betting college-age male with few close friends who enjoys confusing people. If everyone around you is always confused, you will always be superior, right? And he will find the idea that one of us thinks this hilarious, even if I'm spot-on.


Nailed it.
 
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