Crowd-Sourced Walmart Corp Buyer List: For Suppliers by Suppliers
Welcome to BuyerWiki brought to you by SupplierLife! The BuyerWiki is a comprehensive database of the buyers at Walmart, Sam’s Club and all their respective .com banners. This list, that is so frequently requested, is 100% crowd-sourced by anonymous users like yourself. We will do our best to filter any bad information that is submitted, but if you see anything that is inaccurate please submit a correction and we will update it as soon as we possibly can. This is YOUR community list! Our commitment to you is that this list will remain free, accessible and at your fingertips when you need it most!
All additions to the BuyerWiki are placed in a que and reviewed by SupplierLife staff prior to going live. During this time, we do our best to validate the data entered through various methods. This process can take a few hours or a few days. Also, all responses are anonymous with the exception of IP logs. If we find abuse (e.g. people submit inaccurate data intentionally), we will ban the offending IP address. This is important as many offices and companies have a common IP. Please respect this list just as you respect our common customer.
Thank you in advance for your participation. If you have any questions, concerns, comments, or ideas on things you would like to see on SupplierLife, don't hesitate to reach out via our Contact Form.
BuyerWiki - FAQ:
As often as we receive or learn about changes and validate them. Daily if needed.
Today, with the Walmart Edition of this site, we are focusing on Walmart Stores, Walmart.com, Jet.com, Hayneedle.com, Moosejaw.com, and Sam's Club along with Sams.com. The initial list is almost 100% Walmart stores. We encourage people to begin adding more of the .com and Sam's Club buyers as we move forward. As SupplierLife expands, we plan to open the database up include buyers from other retailers on sister sites (e.g. SupplierLife Minneapolis: Target BuyerWiki)
Out of respect to the Buyers and those that we work with, we believe that most people who are familiar with Walmart know two things: (1) the main phone number and (2) the structure of Walmart emails. We also realize that many people would love to contact a buyer who shouldn't (e.g. general public, small product manufacturers who don't understand Walmart, etc.). Therefore, we decided NOT to include the contact information.
That is our plan and fits within the mission of SupplierLife. Our goal is to offer you the opportunity to provide each other critical information and a comprehensive list for free versus having to ask each other “who knows who buys xxxx” a category at a time.
This list will require an incredible amount of time to maintain and we are happy to provide the platform to do so. The list will only be as productive as you make it, so remember, your participation is both the giving and taking of valid information. Our intention is to remain open-sourced and free of logins requiring user information such as name, password, etc. but in the event of abuse or misuse of the information, we reserve the right to do so.
Each time an entry is made, the IP is temporarily stored in the database. If we determine the post is valid, the IP storage is removed when we make the entry active. If we determine the entry was invalid, we make a note of the IP in the event it happens again. If it continues to happen from one IP (e.g. someone trolling, intentionally submitted false data, etc.) we can then ban the IP from accessing our site. The IP address tell us only your location (e.g. Bentonville AR) and your ISP (e.g. Cox). Your ISP provider is the only one with personal information tied to your IP address.