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WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU ARE IGNORED BY A CASHIER THAT IS RINGING YOU UP WHILE THEY ARE TALKING….NONSTOP….TO ANOTHER EMPLOYEE OVER PERSONAL STUFF?

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23 Responses

  1. Wait until they are finished and accept the horrible service. I live in a country where that is the only alternative…If I report them…their own managers do not know better.

  2. LEAVE MY CRAP ON THERE COUNTER AND WALK AWAY………….WHEN THEY SAY SOMETHING I REPLY WITH YOU DON’T WANT MY BUSINESS I WILL TO WHO EVER ELSE THAT WANTS IT! I SAY IT LOUD ENOUGH WHERE EVEN A STORE MANAGER COULD HEAR IT AND WALK OUT! THERE IS TO MANY OTHER MARKETS COMPETING FOR YOUR BUSINESS THESE DAYS TO PUT UP WITH CRAP!

  3. JUST AND WAIT SEE IF I CAN GET ANYTHING FUNNY OUT OF THEIR CONVERSATION. IF IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CONVERSATION IF THEY ASK WHAT I WANT I WILL SAY PLEASE FINISH YOUR CONVERSATION. THEY SHOULD NOT LEAVE ANY JOB HALF DONE.

  4. Give em’ the EYE. 😀

  5. I would have to see what it was I wanted to get across if I did say anything. I have to pick my attacks carefully!

  6. I’ve done everything from mocking them to shaming them to reporting them. That is something that really cheeses me!

  7. I hate that, but I don’t have the guts to say anything. 😦

  8. Well I would get highly annoyed and would disturb him and wouldn’t let him talk to that employee of his .. ! To have a bit of my back is fair enough eh ?
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  9. I don’t know if I have ever had someone do that while ringing up my purchase but I have walked up to cashiers that didn’t stop and acknowledge me. I tell them, “Excuse me, I hate to interrupt. Is there a better time for me to come back and make my purchase?” – It’s hard to pass up an opportunity for sarcasm. 🙂 More often I find cashiers to be helpful and I make it a point to thank them for being so attentive. When they remember to ask for ID I thank them for helping keep my identity safe. I also have a rule that if I complain about an employee somewhere I make sure to find 3 people doing a good job that week and let their supervisors know. Seems like it is easier to remember the bad stuff than the good so I am just trying to even things out. 🙂

    • Jaymie…..you have a very good approach to life situations! Thanks for sharing this with us. I just hope we can all do what we can for one another to make this world a happier place. 🙂

  10. This happened to me the other day, that is why I asked this question. I was being rang up at a grocery store, and two clerks were talking about a birthday gift for another employee. I was in no mood to chat, so I just let her ring me up….and off I was. I looked in my cart and noticed the Chinese food I bought was missing. Just then, the guy behind me in line says, “Is this your stuff?” I said, “Yes, thank.” The clerk started ringing me up again and was sorry….so she claims. I took a deep breath, smiled at her, and said, “When you have a customer, you need to be focused on your customer. When you are without a customer, you can discuss personal things. You were very rude, and I can understand why you made the mistake. Do not apologize, just do not do it again! Thank you. Have a nice day.” I just left, and I am not going back to that store again.

  11. I lett all there and i go in other store,but i never came back there if others don’t do them job.

    Take care,Doraz!

    • I agree. There are a lot of stores out there and there are a lot of great employees. It says something about the store when they have most of the employees who “do not care!” 🙂

  12. I hate it when that happens. Usually I just TRY to ignore it but once I just couldn’t. I don’t remember what they were talking about but I couldn’t belive they were talking about it right in front of me. I let them ring it all up (an entire cart full of groceries), bag it and put it in the cart. When she asked for the money, I walked out the door.

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