And another point that should be made, when you are buying things at a discount store, you get what you pay for, which includes 'discount treatment' When I buy something from Macy's they do a great job.
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I have noticed that they also try and get as many items into one bag as they possibly can. Having once worked there, I can say that it all depends on the person you get. We weren't told "try and squish as many things as you can in 1 bag" its just common sense I guess. I wouldnt put bleach in with bread, ya know?
But, I also wash my clothes before I wear them so Im not to pissy if my clothes are bundled into the bag, only that they try and get as many things in 1 bag as they can.
"I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. "Groucho Marx
Exactly, there's just no reason to be so disrespectful of the merchandise. It's just bad customer service! You don't see Nordstrom scrunching, regardless of what the customer intends to do... it's not the store's business to decide that for the customer!
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Great point, and it is important to know that when you pay more for an item, you should expect a higher level of service. It really is true, 'You get what you pay for." I cannot expect a $7 t-shirt at target to be treated the same way my $68 Lacoste polo from Macy's is.
It could be too, that they have to complete every transaction in under a time limit. Here in Phx. some grocery stores MUST complete a transaction in under a minute or they lose pay. It was weird the first time I saw it, the clerk was lining up all my stuff on the belt, prior to starting to scan. I first I just thought she had OCD, but then she explained.