If you received a refund check from Wal-Mart, the retail giant confirmed it is indeed real and not a scam.
Police in Wisconsin warned people about a scam after some people received these letters, WISN reported.
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However, it turned out this was no scam. Wal-Mart sent the record straight that the checks could be cashed safely.
The refund stems from an overpayment at the pharmacies, vision centers or care clinics.