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NJ toddler buys over $1,700 worth of goods online from Walmart

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supply his family with more furniture than they'll ever need.On his mom's device, the little one began clicking away recently, ordering more than $1,700 worth of furniture from an online cart she'd begun on her Walmart account.

He'd found the cart icon — and soon an array of packages began arriving at the family's home in Middlesex County, New Jersey.This little N.J.

toddler ordered more than $1,700 worth of goods on his mom's cellphone. The family has decided to keep some of the items to remember this escapade — and will try to return the rest.

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