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Walmart Gift Receipt Problems

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It's your worst gift-receipt nightmare (ok, not really)—turns out some inexperienced Walmart staffers have been shortchanging customers returning things with gift receipts. Consumerist reports that when a product goes on sale, sometimes the returnee will only get the sale price amount in credit, not the full amount the gifter paid. Okay, maybe it is your worst gift-receipt nightmare—people will think you're cheap! [Consumerist]