Why some workers think Walmart’s pay-in-advance app is a lousy deal
When Walmart sales associate Emeraid Gems saw that her paycheck was $200 short, she started looking for solutions.
The money, she later learned, didn’t show up because of a glitch — her paid time off hadn’t gone through — but the 35-year-old Gettysburg worker couldn’t wait. She needed the money for her car payment or else it would cost her $10-a-day in late fees.
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