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A TIKTOKER left viewers in shock after claiming her local Walmart was charging $7 for a shopping basket.Sue's (@harajukubarbiesu) unsubstantiated claims regarding the major department store stirred up heat across social media."We are in a damn recession you guys," the young woman said, breaking down in laughter. "The Walmart, they took out the baskets and […]



A TIKTOKER left viewers in shock after claiming her local Walmart was charging $7 for a shopping basket.
Sue's (@harajukubarbiesu) unsubstantiated claims regarding the major department store stirred up heat across social media.
"We are in a damn recession you guys," the young woman said, breaking down in laughter.
"The Walmart, they took out the baskets and they're charging $7 to use them, you guys."
The TikTok-user was vehemently appalled with her own report. "$7 to use a basket, f*** you," she grunted.
Many of her followers were in dismay over the fact that the retail giant could ask customers to pay such a ridiculous price for something that has always been free.
Many people couldn't wrap their heads around Sue's allegations and demanded more information.
"$7??? What’s next $20 for using a shopping cart??" one person asked.
Some people, however, were skeptical about the fee, even amid desperate times driven by rising reports of shoplifting and the looming 'retail apocalypse.'
"Probably hoping to avoid people filling them up and running out the door with paying. I’m sure it’s a deposit," one person suggested.
The TikTok-user's 'deposit' suggestion has not been corroborated. However, many department stores have began implementing new security systems to reduce their losses.
Other people offered a more logical explanations, noting that the baskets that Sue saw might not have been from the free-for-use selection.
"A lot of stores are selling baskets (not the same they use in store) as plastic bags are being phased out. they still have regular baskets," she offered.
Despite many followers inquiring into where the incident occurred, Sue did not reveal which Walmart location required the supposed bag-charge.
Walmart has not immediately responded to the U.S Sun's request for comment.
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