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Capital Meats / pushing elderly family member into purchasing foods

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my father, an elderly, was "strongly" persuaded into buying more chicken tenders that he will eat in 2 months.! let alone the different flavors he did not understand. He recently lost our mother, tried to be an honest person, and felt sorry for this salesman, although he couldnt recount the story he got from the salesman, he's 81 and has early dimension.. He sometimes doesnt think clearly or thoughtfully and I honestly believe he was taken advantage of. 180$ for this chicken was devastating to his bank account, he doesnt spent but that on a whole month.
your sales people should be more sympathetic and empathetic to the elderly population.. this is a horrible practice. He lives in falling waters wv, please stay away from him-norman baker
angie baker — daughter — should you consider some repayment.
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2000 captain dr
salem va 24153

An
Feb 17, 2019
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  • Be
      17th of Feb, 2019

    He took the chicken why should he get a repayment. IF he is unable to take care of himself then maybe he should get help. If he wants a refund he should return the chicken.

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  • Mr
      17th of Feb, 2019

    If he has early demensia then you should watch over him more closely.

    The elderly and/or mentally frail are sitting ducks to salesmen. That's how they have to be. It's up to the buyer to not fall for the sob story used to gain pity.

    Put up a NO SOLICITING sign.

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