I work 10 hours a day and don't have much time for shopping. On Friday at 5:30 I went to buy my daughter a Halloween costume. My daughter really wanted to be Hannah Montana.
I asked the incompetient woman working in the seasonal department where the Hannah Montana costumes were. She told me that they were sold out. There were other costumes but my daughter did not like any of them. The store was giving out chocolates to the children. She went further and insulted my daughter by apologizing and offering her an extra two chocolates just for her. My daughter pushed her hand away and started sulking. I know this was rude of my daughter but the incompitient employee deserved it because she did not order enough Hannah Montana costumes. Yeah like the chocolate will make up for her disappointment. My daughter was so disappointed that she did not want to go out trick or treating his year. I had to leave my daughter at home alone because I am a single parent to take my son trick or treating. Because I had to leave a nine year old at home alone my son's trick or treating was cut short. To top it off there were not any of thos 75 packs of fun sized chocolates left. There were only cheap candies left. I am a registered nurse. I make 90k a year. I looked real cheap handing out lollypops to the neighborhood children all because some incompitient employee could not order the treats right. They apologized to my daugher. But an apology is not good enough. There is some incompitient employee that did not order enough costumes. I think that a good gesture of customer service would be if my daugher was given a gift card for the inconvience which was caused to her.
To top it off even if there was a Hannah Montana costume, we would never find it because the same incompitient employee kept the Halloween department messy. Costumes were thrown all over, left in shopping carts, on the floor in boxes.