So, I have this friend who...

Buttery

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laughs at the SA whenever she is snubbed in a store. She will laugh, say, "You are so funny! What's your name? How long have you been working here?" The SA is usually taken aback/confused/caught off guard/starts stammering. Then, she smiles very sweetly, says, "Do I need to speak with the manager, or can you help me?" They usually help. :lol: She then puts "them to work." Then, she sends a very detailed note to the manager about the experience, returns a week or so later and requests the same "joker" if necessary.:roflmfao:

She claims this always works...and she feels that nobody should let a SA ruin their shopping experience. After all, we're there for the item, not to please them. She says that remaining composed is KEY.

I hope this helps anyone who has been snubbed at LV. :supacool:
 

naomi

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great idea, after all you are right- they are there to serve the customer, not the other way around! I just don't know if I'd have the guts to do that, I wish I could be more confrontational : )
 

Bag Fetish

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thats awesome, glad your friend takes control of this type of sales person.


laughs at the SA whenever she is snubbed in a store. She will laugh, say, "You are so funny! What's your name? How long have you been working here?" The SA is usually taken aback/confused/caught off guard/starts stammering. Then, she smiles very sweetly, says, "Do I need to speak with the manager, or can you help me?" They usually help. :lol: She then puts "them to work." Then, she sends a very detailed note to the manager about the experience, returns a week or so later and requests the same "joker" if necessary.:roflmfao:

She claims this always works...and she feels that nobody should let a SA ruin their shopping experience. After all, we're there for the item, not to please them. She says that remaining composed is KEY.

I hope this helps anyone who has been snubbed at LV. :supacool:
 
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