Walmart values the trust that our customers, associates, representatives and service providers place in us when they give us personal information. We believe that privacy is more than an issue of compliance and endeavor to manage personal information in accordance with our core value of respect for the individual.
Securing your personal information is a priority. Walmart engages in appropriate, reasonable and industry-standard security practices to help ensure that personal information is not subject to loss or unauthorized access, alteration, acquisition, use, modification, destruction or disclosure.
Learn more about our notices.
The following fraud and scams are not from Walmart. We are listing them here in an effort to educate you about these activities. If you feel that you have been defrauded, you may want to contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at www.ftc.gov or at 1-877-FTC-HELP, or the Consumer Fraud Division of your state's Attorney General's office.
Learn more about important fraud alerts.
If you are a victim of identity theft, you may request, at no charge, copies of application and business records in our control relating to the fraudulent transactions which may have occurred at Walmart or Sam's Club, or one of our websites. If you are a victim of identity theft, use this page to request copies of records in our control.
Learn more about reporting identity theft.
Online shopping is fast and easy, but it's still "buyer beware." Providing your information online can be as safe as providing it to a store you visit in-person, as long as you follow a few simple rules. Learn about practical suggestions to safeguard the personal information of you and your family.
View important online shopping tips.
Read what others frequently ask about how to stay safe online.
View the FAQs.