When Interacting With a Cashier
2. Jokingly insinuate that your money is counterfeit.
3. Ask if they're paying for your groceries.
4. Blame them for an item ringing up as the wrong price.
5. Forget to use a divider to separate your items from others'.
6. Place very large items on the counter if they have a hand-held scanner.
7. Ask for any denomination of rolled coins (that's what banks are for.)
8. Place unwanted items on top of the candy and bubblegum racks.
9. Hold up the entire line to run back and grab that bag of chips you forgot.
10. Jokingly tell the cashier you have only $20 or $30 to spend when you clearly have over $100 worth of merchandise in your shopping cart.
11. (If you're elderly) Ask for a senior citizen discount. That doesn't apply everywhere.
12. Grab your receipt off the printer before the cashier has a chance to hand it to you. Doing so seems to cause it to tear 95% of the time.
2. Inform the cashier if your purchase is going to be tax exempt before they begin scanning your things.
4. Help the cashier load your shopping basket with your bagged items.
7. Wait for the customer ahead of you to finish placing all of their items on the moving belt before you starting doing the same.
8. Greet and treat the person who is helping you like an equal, normal individual and not some lowly servant.
9. Be ready and prepared to be carded if you are purchasing cigarettes and/or alcohol. Every store has a different age they have to look for and just because your thirty doesn't mean they won't ask.
2. Be angry at the store if you fail to return something during the limited return period of 15, 30, 45, or 90 days (depending on the item.)
3. Get mad at the service representative because they are following store policy.
4. Attempt to coerce the service rep into bending store policy.
5. Lie about not having your ID with you and give a sob story to avoid another return mark on your license.
6. Act as if you've been giving a blessing from God if there are no other customers in line when you arrive.
7. Yell, curse, or use foul language.
8. Grab your receipt off the printer before the cashier has a chance to hand it to you. Doing so seems to cause it to tear 95% of the time.
3. Greet and treat the person who is helping you like an equal, normal individual and not some evil banshee from Hades.
4. Wait to be sure the representative is ready to assist you before running up and setting your items on the counter.