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Have You Been Affected By The Walmart Coupon Scam?

It’s been reported to us that a Walmart Coupon Scam is in the works, and being investigated by a New York based law firm, Levi & Korsinsky. Have you bought a product at Walmart with a coupon but paid full sales tax? Well, if you have, then you’re likely a candidate for this potential lawsuit!

The firm is investigating claims against Walmart for calculating and charging the full sales tax on a product based on the original purchase price, rather than first deducting the discount. Walmart recently settled a class action in Pennsylvania for overcharging coupon users for sales tax. Walmart has agreed to pay between $21.5 million and $45 million to resolve claims that it violated Pennsylvania law by failing to deduct the value of coupons before calculating sales tax. If you used coupons at Walmart stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri, or Texas and think you may have been overcharged for the sales tax, please contact the attorneys below to learn more about your rights.

Rosemary M. Rivas, Esq.
44 Montgomery Street, Suite 650
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-373-1671

Rosanne Mah, Esq.
44 Montgomery Street, Suite 650
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-373-1671

To get more information regarding the investigation of Walmart Inc., without cost or obligation, please contact the law firm, and sign up for the case, here.

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