In the United States, lawsuits are frequently filed against companies claiming poor service, misuse of information, some type of negligence, or other factors that those affected believe warrant compensation.Roderick Jackson is an example of this. Sue Walmart and demand unlimited free shopping for life.
This man from Wascom, Texas, Supermarket company is being sued for $100 million. Roderick filed two handwritten complaints this week in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas, where Walmart is headquartered in Bentonville.
surprisingly, Man claims he has unlimited lifetime rights to buy or buy millions of dollarsAlthough he did not elaborate in his complaint why he believed the company owed him the above compensation.
All he claimed in his complaint was that an incident at a store in Omaha, Nebraska, in March 2021 involved a False theft and race-based violations of their civil rights.
In addition to demanding the compensation already mentioned, The man also demanded that the company pay all legal fees., even though he filed the complaint without the help of a lawyer.It is worth mentioning that according to media reports nbc news, Jackson could not be reached at the phone number he left.
How Walmart is responding to the demand for free shopping for life
Although the lawsuit cannot be taken seriously due to the circumstances under which it was filed, a Walmart spokesperson noted that they do not tolerate discrimination of any kind.They also announced that there was a history Roderick Jackson already denounced the company in 2021.
“Mr. Jackson’s allegations are nearly identical to a lawsuit he filed against our company in 2021 that was dismissed. Once we receive appropriate notice, we intend to defend the company and will promptly ask the court to dismiss any untrue Claim. Valid,” Walmart shared.
In the 2021 lawsuit, the man claimed Supermarket store falsely accused him of crime based on his race, This led to his arrest, causing him emotional stress and pain from handcuffs.
that moment Seeking $100 million in damages and huge credit for future purchases, but later amended the lawsuit to seek damages of $175 million. However, the case was dismissed because Walmart was not adequately notified, according to official documents obtained by Walmart. nbc.