Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Internet Printables And A Contest....

Here is a Letter from SmartSource to Retailers who may not want to take internet printable coupons, but who's corporate policy says otherwise.

5 Free Sunday Inserts to the first reader who can leave a comment and tell me who I am talking about. :)

Anyways, I seriously think this could help with a grumpy or ignorant cashier or manager....

Go here to view and print!

19 comments:

Tamra said...

Do I count as a reader? :)

Leah said...

Are you talking about Walmart?

tulip said...

Most likely Walmart but it could also refer to the new policy at Winco.

Joanie Demer said...

Are you sure that letter isn't fraudulent? It is a pdf, you know. . . Ha ha, just kidding.

Allison said...

I would think walmart. I've had a problem with them before, luckly I had a copy of their policy with me!

Katie said...

I would think Winco just because they have been sticklers with me and IPs.

Monica said...

Great find Heather!

Jen said...

My safeway won't even accept IP coupons - I guess I should research their official policy and then try bringing something like this in, along w/their official policy. I talked to one of the managers, too. Ugh!

amanda said...

I am going to take a stab and say Albertsons, at least some of them. They are going to be changing their policy at least at the Fivemile/Ustick. They will no longer take IP in addition to competitors. My second guess is Target. The last time I went their they gave me a really hard time with a IP on the applesauce and said I can't use the two coupons together and such and many others have been turned away. Just a guess.

Michelle Baumbach said...

From my personal experience, you would be talking about Walmart! I have their store policy printed out and carry it with me when I shop there...although last week, thankfully, I didn't have any issues.

Keri Lyn said...

WALMART, no doubt :0)

benandmonitanner said...

I'm going to have to go with Walmart on this one. Thanks for the contest!

Marie said...

I'm pretty sure that you are talking about KMart. I have never been able to use a internet coupon there because they think that I just might be commiting fraud! So lame!

Her Lions Pride said...

I'm going to guess Kroger. Here in Boise that would be Fred Meyer.

Tiffany said...

I'm going to go with Walmart but since that's been mentioned, I'll also throw in WAGS.

auntgrandma1 said...

Target?

Keri Lyn said...

Although I haven't have trouble with printables at Walgreens... I did have a bad experience there tonight ... I am so sad! I blogged about it on my blog, so please comment if you feel my pain ~ but basically the manager said he couldn't exchange the diapers that I bought last week that were the wrong size (when it was a cashier there that had suggested that I do just that!) Packed up my stuff and drove to Meridian where I exchanged them no problem. Anyway ~ just one of those frustrating checkout line experiences. The silver lining though is that I love my Meridian Walgreens!!!

cynthia said...

Its is so sad to hear you all bash walmart. as i have worked there for 17 years and we try to do our best to help the customers other stores have problems to nobody is perfect. and your attitude goes along way it making things ok or not

Heather Wheeler said...

I suppose I was left with a sour taste after the assistant store manager accused me of coupon fraud (with newspaper coupons) and told me he was going to refuse me service, just for trying to use legitimate coupons at their store...