|Re: What Wal-Mart Knows About Customers' Habits|
Wed, 24 Nov 2004 20:18:23 -0700
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert Bonomi) wrote:
>> Sure. However, since the customer can request cash back it's another
>> The customer isn't over charged, so has no reason to complain.
> No, the till is _not_ over. Punching in the amount as 'cash due'
I wasn't clear enough ... Not "Punches the amount as cash from the
In essence a cash back request means the customer is purchasing cash
Another twist would be to activate a $20 gift card instead of ringing
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: You make it sound as though local
Unfortunately doing anything unique / "local" will probably cost more
> Walmart does have its own gift 'certificates' in the form of prepaid
As a general rule those cards make money due to administration fees
The cost to manage the cards shouldn't be substantial.
The cigarette does the smoking, you're just the sucker.
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