August 13, 2007
I bought a package of Wal-Mart's Great Value Brand Lemon Wafer Cookies. They are really very good cookies! I was eating a wafer and bit down on something hard. After swollowing a piece of the hard substance(rather uncomfortably), I pull the remaining hard item from my mouth. After I looked it over and broke a piece in half, it looked to me like possibly a piece of plastic. Well, I save what I didn't swallow, on the off chance I got sick, which I didn't.
Being a good samaritan, I contacted Wal-Mart via email and told them what had happened. My intention was to only inform them, incase there was a problem with the batch of cookies and perhaps they needed to do a recall. My purpose for contacting Wal-Mart was honorable and I had no other intention but to give them a heads up to a possible problem.
About a week ago, I receive a letter form another company who represents the maker of the Great Value Brand Lemon Wafer Cookies. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw they were actually talking settlement. They told me to expect a call so that they can gather more information.
Basically, I don't see any sense in suing Wal-Mart, the maker of the cookies, or anyone else. I just wanted to do a good deed. That's not to say if they want to send me a Wal-Mart Gift card for being a decent human being, I wouldn't object....Bunny
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