As I checked out, the clerk said "Have a good one". When my receipt was cleared at the door, the associate said "Have a good one".
This happens more often than not. What happened to "Thank you"? I am a valued customer, I believe, as I shop at the Ontario, Oregon store frequently. I have even tried to look straight into the clerk's eyes and said "Thank you" to them to see if they catch my intent.
I am not doing them a favor, but without customers, they wouldn't have a job. Please remind them of this!
This also includes, "Have a nice day", or "There you go". I even received a "Uh huh" today after I thanked them.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
I liked: Selection of items.
I didn't like: Customer service.