I was shopping at your store in Pittsburg PA. I had two loaves of bread. The total had come to 5.09. I paid the cashier with a $20 bill. The cashier gave me $15 in change.
My ten year old son wanted to buy some candy from the candy machine. I had no quarters in my purse. All I did was have a 20 dollar bill. I told my son that the price of two breads always come to 5.09 and I would give him the change to buy his candy. I feel that I am being discriminated against because I am a single parent. I should have gotton 14.91 back but because I am a single parent I got $15 back. She probably felt sorry for me and that I could not make ends meet so she thought whe should help me out by giving me nine extra cents.
You really disappointed my son. He is only ten years old and he really wanted that candy. He got jipped and because of your math illerate cashier my son could not get the candy he wanted.
I think my son should receive a $25 gift card for the disappoint that this cashier caused. I too should get a $25 gift card plus a gas card because for one thing I felt disappointed when I could not give my son the quarters, and two this caused an inconvience for me. When you give me the gift cards that you OWE ME. Send me gas a gas milage so that when I use the gift card that you OWE ME I can go back to your store and get the candy you OWE my son without having to use extra gas for your cashier's incompetence. At four dollars a galleon for gas going to and from a store only to disapoint my son is just disapoint to us both.
This cashier also needs proper retraining on how to treat people. She needs to know that just because I am a single parent does not mean that I have financial problems. For your information I am a registered nurse that makes 90k a year and this incident insulted my character both as a single mom and and as a human being and woman.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Gift Card.