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wellcc wellcc 36-40, F 14 Answers Jul 23, 2013 in WTK

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A store that has many self-check registers open and only one cashier checking out people. I think greed in stores has gone too far. I made a quick stop after work last week to pick up 5 items and spent 15 minutes in line because there was only one cashier for the whole store. I refuse to use self-check, that's the final straw with me, don't mind bagging my own groceries & carrying them to the car, or pumping my own gas but the least a retail business can do is check out the customer.

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I agree 100%, Cher!

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I can often tell when I walk into a business if the employees are unhappy and if so then I don't go back. And if no one speaks English you know they aren't paid a livable wage.



I also won't do business with companies that I've applied to work at and wasn't hired. If I'm not good enough for them, neither is my money!

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Bad service. Clearly using business to front something illegal, clearly using business to fund a particular political view (like AARP) etc.

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reductionism.

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Being treated rudely, or having shady looking employees working with the public.

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I believe in free speech and freedom of not spending my money where that speech is personally offensive to me so, for example, I would never buy a "Rolling Stone" magazine again after their recent choice of covers.

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If Amazon scammers and trolls really hits peak......

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a few things

1 if they supported child labor

2 if they took a stand to global issues that I strongly opposed

3 if they were reported to be doing unethical practices

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The name of the company being "Monsanto"

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Only if they violate the consumer/retailer agreement. I paid money for the right to use this product and if I'm denied those rights I'll take my money elsewhere.

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