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Post by Thomas Jay Pachn » Sun, 04 Jul 1993 09:25:16



Quote:>>3c. We have to keep watch for theft. A salesman can't compromise the security
>>of the store. If a salesman is by himself, his place is behind the counter.
>So this manager assumed I'm a vandal/thief?

Unless you know somone aren't you cautious?

If a laptop gets lifted it comes out of his stores profits, and he gets paid by
his profits.

Still, rude behavior by any Tandy employee is unacceptable. And there always is
another rung on the ladder that you can contact.

:)
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Post by Brian W. Ho » Sun, 04 Jul 1993 10:20:07


Quote:>>3c. We have to keep watch for theft. A salesman can't compromise the security
>>of the store. If a salesman is by himself, his place is behind the counter.
>So this manager assumed I'm a vandal/thief?
>Unless you know somone aren't you cautious?

Yeah, I'm cautious, but not a*.  If they don't want the system lifted,
seems like they shouldn't put it out on display or somewhere that is easily
accessible right?  "But then the real customers wouldn't be able to use
it!"  Which is my point exactly -- he judged me as a "nonreal" customer
based on my age and/or address ( or he was just an * ).

Brian
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