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Walmart and Nevada Reach a $2 Million Settlement Over the Company’s Deceptive Trade Practices

The State of Nevada has reached a $2 million settlement with Walmart.

According to attorney general Aaron Ford, it’s due to the company’s alleged violations of the Nevada Deceptive Trade Practices Act. That happened due to price discrepancies between what was posted on store shelves and prices at the cash register.

His office states Walmart employees would accept price changes on a handheld device that would immediately change the price at the register but would require a different machine to print the new price labels for shelves. For a “variety of reasons”, the labels weren’t placed on the shelf at the same time as the price change.

Read the source article at KTNV Las Vegas

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