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Toddler Shopping Cart Walmart: NJ toddler buys $2,000 worth of goods online


Toddler Shopping Cart Walmart: NJ toddler buys $2,000 worth of goods online: One shocking, as well as hilarious news, is currently circulating all over the web. This is one good reason to cut down the screen time of your child. A toddler in New Jersey wracked up an enormous $1,700 in online acquisitions while playing with the phone of his mother, as per the report. Ayaansh Kumar and his family had just shifted into a new house. His mother Madhu Kumar had a lot of things in their cart on the website of Walmart, and at the time of playing with the phone of his mother, he accidentally placed an order for all the items in the cart. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Toddler Shopping Cart Walmart

Toddler Shopping Cart Walmart

The 22-months-old son Ayaansh, likes to play with her phone which directing to the big disaster. As per the report of News12, the Kumar family was in the middle of picking out their furniture. They were very surprised to discover a steady stream of shopping packages coming up at their doorstep from Walmart.


Her father Pramod Kumar stated, “Ayaansh just went to the cart and whatever was there, boom, he just pressed and all payments just went through.” The haul was mainly furniture. The toddler’s tab concluded up at $1,700 in furniture, mainly accent chairs.

His mother Madhu Kumar said “The 1st person came with the box and he put it next to the door. After that the 2nd person came, then first step, then 2nd step then 3rd, it formed a queue.” The family estimates about 75% of the acquisitions have been delivered.

Thankfully, Walmart has agreed to give them an entire refund for any acquisitions they return. His mother stated, “He likes phones as everybody is virtual. They are busy with their cell phones, his siblings are always busy with their phones and I do not know, I think he requires a phone.”

The Kumar family has now put passcodes on their mobile gadgets and deleted or removed any credit card information to prevent this kind from occurring again. This incident is a big lesson for parents to be very careful while giving phones to the hands of their children. It really makes you think about how these days even kids or toddlers are well knowledgeable in using the latest technology in the virtual market.

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Pallavi Ghosh has covered politics and Parliament for 15 years, and has reported extensively on Congress, UPA-I and UPA-II, and has now included the Finance Ministry and Niti Aayog in her reportage. She tweets at @alishach03


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