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The retail giant is upping its game in the fight against Amazon.
The company said the graphic has "no place in our stores."
In Canada, merchants pay much more than businesses in other parts of the world for accepting credit card payments.
Her cart with $650 worth of stolen goods spilled everywhere.
Food items such as candy, beans and potato chips were potentially affected.
The company has been charged with 174 violations of Alberta's Public Health Act.
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Both companies said they came to an agreement, calling the arrangement confidential.
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A Pennsylvania store received a US$42,265.59 cheque from "Santa B."
Two of the biggest companies doing retail business in Canada are at war with each other: Visa and Walmart. Most Canadians have not noticed, though, because the war is taking place only in select markets. However, if the current trend continues, it could be -- as the slogan goes -- coming soon to a store near you.
Visa is retaliating for Walmart's decision to stop accepting the credit card in Manitoba.
Visa "disappointed" as Walmart cuts off its cards.
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Three Ontario stores were the first locations to drop the credit card in July.
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The recent spat between Walmart Canada and Visa has reignited the debate about interchange; the fee paid by a merchant to customers' banks when a payment card has been used for the purchase. It is, effectively, a price to be paid for the convenience, efficiency and relative safety of card payment systems.
No arrests have been made.