This is a complaint about rude cashier behaviors in walmart super center store #2152 in Albany, NY. I shopped there around 3 pm on March 24, 2014. I had 20 items in my cart. The lady at the express checkout was clearly unhappy that I didn't only have 3 or 4 items. She told me to push the items over as if I've never shopped at an express lane - I was unloading the cart and was trying to push the stuff over at the same time. After I swiped my card, she simply stopped bagging the products and left several boxes of cereal on top of the plastic bag holder. Without saying a word, she started helping the next customer.
I'm not complaining because I was not able put things in a bag myself. In fact I did eventually because I apparently couldn't leave already paid products in the store. Nor did I want to make a big fuss while I only had very limited time to stay in the store. Yes, 20 items seem a bit more than 3 or 4, but please label for smaller numbers if you don't want to serve customers with 20. Knowing 20 is legit and having just half an hour to shop, I actually counted while shopping because I didn't have the time to wait for long non-express lanes.
I understand cashiers at walmart don't get paid much and such, but please hold the attitude to yourself because ultimately, bagging the stuff is your job. When you made your customer do part of your job, it wasn't professional no matter how unpleasant the job itself was or how little you get paid. This is one solid reason for the company to lose a customer.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Cashier.