Let's start with my annual income...I make over 80k per year.My son is a disabled autistic 7 year old in 2nd grade.
Today he pooped on the potty for the first time ever and hasn't worn his diaper since. So I went to Walmart to buy big boy undies and a toy to celebrate the occasion a charger for his tablet he uses to communicate with on some occasions, (a symptom of autism) and a couple other items I needed. Total was $121.44US. my check was declined so I called the number on the receipt and was told "my check was declined because it didn't meet telecheck criteria" and "the decision was not based on my bank balance and it wasn't based on previously bounced checks" (telecheck's words...not mine).
This seems to me a lot like profiling based on financial institution or simply a random decision...not to mention the fact that telecheck is making decisions for companies and consumers ultimately disrupting productivity and lowering profits at the same time. I would never allow my company's revinue to be decided by a totally different company all together. But, most importantly, telecheck has undermined many years of ground work on potty training a disabled 7 year old as well as damaging his confidence in himself. STOP!
DO NOT ALLOW THIS TO CONTINUE WAL-MART!Make this right and gift my son with his big boy under wear as well as his toy for his accomplishment.
Review about: Telecheck Check Payment Processing Service.
Reason of review: Problems with payment.