It seems over and over that people are so bent out of shape and intimidated by LV sales people. I just don't get it???? While I never had any problems with them, it seems to be the norm for rude attitude towards customers. They are working a retail job, big deal so it is for LV--that does not make them GOD....... I think that they must enjoy feeling they have some power over people by the way people react and not call them on their rudeness.... I mean if each time someone was rude to you in LV and you stood there and told them how rude they were and asked for a manager or took out you cell phone and called LV corporate right there on the spot maybe their so called power would not exist. I have quite a few friends who work in high end retail and they treat their customers very well, even smile at the rude ones but to them it is their job and they do what they can to help a customer. It seems like the younger people get scared and just walk out of the LV stores without buying what they one. Why? It is just as easy to stand up for yourself and let them know you won't put up with their crap. It would be interesting to see if anyone actually confronts rude SA instead of walking out of the store. It seems like there are so many stories of how people are ignored, ect. This has been a problem for one of my friends who loves Gucci and shops on Worth Ave. in Palm Beach there, well she finally got sick of their attitude and has said quite a few things to the people working there and now always comes out with what she wants and gets good service. So I think instead of running out of the stores people should confront and stop the bad behavior. If so many people did this from TPF I am sure some of the SA would be quite confused. I really don't understand how anyone can be afraid of speaking up their mind in what they want and what they expect when they spend good money.