Wife bought a $200 cricut machine brought it home and didnt cut correctly. Went to return with receipt and the manager was rude and said that it is policy that they do not do returns on the machines they sell. Would be nice to know before purchasing expensive machines that don't work!
Cashier 854481 was “trying” to re-stack the scrapbook paper she scanned and she was just carelessly slamming the paper on the register area without even looking down at what she was doing as she conversed with coworkers… come on… $65 of scrapbook paper and that’s how it’s treated? I was cringing as she did it, because you could obviously see the ends bending and getting crushed as she kept doing it, and then she shoved it carelessly into a bag.
When I got home I saw that she did in fact damage multiple sheets….
Listen, I get it… working retail sucks. I’ve been there. I don’t even care she was talking to coworkers. But people are paying good money for these products and the tiny amount of care she could’ve used to not damage the paper would’ve taken hardly any extra effort….. do better :/
They need to check the products and see that they are in fact on sale I doubled check before trying to purchase and the cashier said they wasn't part of the sale even though they was in the right spot she wouldn't bother asking someone to double check lost a sale over a simple check