Walmart - Discrimation against single parents.
School just stated this year and I have two children. I bought them backpacks for their homework. I did not have time to go shopping earlier on because I am a registered nurse and work 10 hours a day so finally this Saturday I could get them a new backpack.
When the cashier was scamming the backpack she searched the backpack's incase I had hidden anything in them. I felt very embarassed. I think she was suggesting that either myself or my children have stuffed merchandise in the backpack. I suspect she thought that we were thieves because she assumed I am a single parent. I however am a single parent. But why am I being discrimated against. For all you know I could be the one shopping while my husband was at home. Why assume that I am a single parent just because there was no man shopping with me. This is discrimation. Also why do you assume that just because someone is a single parent that they will steal. I will have you know I am a registered nurse and make 90k a year. I make well enough money for both myself and a partner. I make well more money than your manager does. I make more in one month than that cashier does in a year. She has no right to discrimate against me just because she thinks I am a single parent.
I think for the embarassing way we were treated that we should get another gift card. I have gotton one before. (for bad service) but this situation entitles me to another one. I don't need it I WANT it for the poor way I was treated. I understand if I were black and had small children why they would suspect me but this is ridiculous.
Review about: Walmart Manager.
Monetary Loss: $35.