Walmart ineptitude

Fraudulent Charges on Walmart Credit Card

Below is a duplicate of my rejoinder to the Walmart Rewards Card
after I complained about multiple fraudulent charges
that I received.
here I pointed out who may have done it
and the methods to prevent these fraudulent charges.
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Question Reference # 190407-001077
Attention : Bernard Bryan S
Walmart Canada
Your email response simply noted this Question Reference number but never referred to anything
that Walmart will do about the problem. I had to call so many phone numbers aside from what you gave me
which, as usual, is a result of simple laziness and lack of concern for your clients.
Well, you are about to lose another one.
Mr Octave of your rewards card department has promised to remove ALL the charges to my card made by Google.
The charges are still coming through as of yesterday April 8. This effort of Mr. Octave may result in issuing me a new card
but it will never solve the problem of your lack of concern for the clients.  Furthermore, your company lacks security
to protect against fraudulent transactions.
I have reasons to believe that these fraudulent transactions are coming from your employees since the events that transpired
before these transactions were made pointed to the source using your phone number, and your ip address. Your employees
will be the only ones who would have access to my username, password, phone number, account number and email address.
What gave it away is that I do not use Google for a browser, and that there are ways to trace internet sources.
For this end, I would suggest that a notification system be added so that the the Walmart client will be instantly notified
of any transaction that involves the Walmart card. This security feature has already been incorporated in some particular
credit cards., as this saves money for both card company and clients.
You should also have a blacklist of fraud-minded computers, ip addresses, usernames, companies, and etc.
I expect a reply before this email is published.
—capmorgan