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After Christmas Liquidation

Christmas Liquidation


  1. Maybe you should accuse him of being some huge customer pretending to be Christian in order to prey on the unsuspecting company.

    Just a thought…

    I would never yell at anyone serving me from any company. I’ve seen too many movies with employees spitting in food to treat them badly. But I’m sure that Aquinas and More employees would never spit on anyone’s holy cards!

  2. The hardest part is not answering in kind.

    It drives me nuts that so many things can go wrong at this time of the year, and the first response from a customer is that it’s your fault. It could have been the weather that caused the problems, or damaged in transit, missing…

    Same goes for a lot of suppliers. (It couldn’t be our fault, must be yours.)

    Oh well, back to getting yelled at.

  3. I worked retail for 9 years before deciding to move back to the family farm. One thing I have ran into is the company I ordered from sent the wrong item and then it becomes my fault not the companies. Our shipping companies were really good at loosing shipments also. I have seen where the supplier only had one item and it was sold before I had a chance to order it, then the part was backordered. There are many different factors that will delay an order.

    Getting mad only makes your blood pressure go up and doesn’t get what was ordered here any faster.

    I have ordered a few times from Aquinas and More and have shopped in the store, I have always recieved excellent service and will continue to do all my shopping there.

  4. As for the “yellee” did you immediately absolve this person? It is your Christian/Catholic obligation to do so. Then it is said and done and over with. As for the “yeller” your expression of dissatisfaction with A&M was handled improperly and in an very un-Christianlike manner. You should call that employee and apologize, and ask forgiveness.

  5. Absolve? Forgive, yes. But unless a priest, cannot absolve!

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