Nashville, TN - Walmart announced on Friday that they would be foregoing their traditional layaway option for an exciting new plan where shoppers save their own money, then buy products.
"We feel like this new approach is a win-win for Walmart and our loyal customers," said a company spokesperson.
Under the innovative new program, customers will hold their own money in a personal bank account or sock drawer, then come to the store to purchase their desired items when they have enough.
Not everyone is excited about the new plan.
One woman told reporters, "I'm so disappointed. I always looked forward to driving to the store, waiting in line, and paying my layaway to a friendly employee. This new plan is so impersonal."
Walmart did not respond to our calls and emails.
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