Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Dear Customers, I know the holiday shopping season can be stressful, but please remember these helpful tips while shopping.
1.) If you're not done shopping don't throw your stuff on the counter, and expect it to hold your place in line. Other people do need to put their stuff up there, not just you.
2.) If you child tends to run around destroying everything in the store, keep them either at home, in the cart, or invest in a child leash.
3.) A bra or shoe is not the most sanitary place to keep you're money, as if money wasn't dirty enough, you pulling it out of your sweaty tits and handing it to the poor cashier is just rude.
4.) Don't yell at the cashier it they offer you rewards or credits cards, they HAVE to.
5.) The prices in the store are not the cashier's fault.
6.) Don't be upset with the cashier if the lines aren't moving as quickly as you like, especially when they are trying to go as fast as possible. It is not their fault that the stores have 1234567 lines and refuse to hire/give cashiers any hours.
7.) It is also not the cashiers fault, if the person in front of you chooses to argue with every price, like a mass retailer is a flea market, or they request a price check on everything. Then uses 1234567 coupons.
8.) Actually HAND money to you cashier, they are people too.
9.) That shirt you just tried on, came on a hanger, or a table, not on the floor you just threw it on, or stuffed behind a bunch of toys.
10.) If you don't want something, just give it to an employee, don't attempt to hide it in a pile of other stuff just because your too lazy to walk across the store. You can even give it the checkout person as you're leaving.
11.) Saying you "should have gone to Walmart." hurts no ones feelings. We probably wish you would've went to Walmart.
12.) I'm sorry if you last minute shop and we don't have your wife's favorite perfume. The same thing with the toy that every kids wants.
13.) If you don't come cursing and screaming, for the most part we are more than happy to fix whatever problem you have.
14.) It is not the employee's goal in the store to make your life difficult.
Does any body else who does/has worked retailer have any "tips" they would like to give shoppers?