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Dollar Tree / customer services

Waldport, OR, United States Review updated:

09-10-2017 the employee's of the dollar tree in Waldport Oregon are very RUDE they yell at there customer's, never look you in the face when asking where you might find something you are looking for, I witnessed that myself twice! not one of there employee's ever smiled or asked if you need help finding something. I will NEVER go the again and will tell everyone I know too not shop there they are very RUDE. If they don't want to work with the public then they need to move on. I truly hope that when I go back to see if there is any change's they will be friendly at which point I might consider shopping there again but NOT before!!!

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Sep 20, 2017
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  • Nv
      Sep 20, 2017

    Before you go making a fool of yourself further, you should know that in some cultures it is rude to look a person in the face. Second if you truly go there all the time should you not know where everything is. Lastly, he aisles are clearly labeled, unless you have a very low IQ or are fou years old should you not be able to read the signs and find the things yourself?

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  • Ju
      Oct 10, 2017

    @nvdafds wow. don't take it personal... it looks like the customer was right... it looks like you are the fool one... and someone that have a high IQ don't use the worth.

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  • Nv
      Oct 10, 2017

    @Juosao You have low IQ yourself, just looka your terrible grammar. The customer here was not right. There are things such as culture barriers. Fool.

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  • Nv
      Oct 10, 2017

    @Juosao I would think that you of all people would be more understanding about thing. However you obviously have a boner with Dollar Tree, that you cannot see beyond your hatred towards this company. Have you ever thought that the employee probably could also have a disability. Having a child with autism you should be more than willing to understand that the employee could have a disability, or this could be a cultural thing. You scream discrimination when it does not happen, yet you do not consider the posibility that the employee may have autism or some sort of disability as well. How would you feel if your son did not make eye contact due to his autism and had to deal with an idiot like yourself or the OP judging him. Get your head out of your [censor] and see things differently.. I am not the fool. You cannot even make a simple sentence, and you call me the fool. What if this was your son being judged for not having eye contact? You don't like your son being judged without them knowing the whole story so don't do the same to others.

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  • Nv
      Oct 11, 2017

    @nvdafds I would think that you of all people would be more understanding about not making eye contact. What if your autistic son was judged when he is old enough to work as a bad employee because he did not make eye contact due to his autism. You just have a general hatred towards Dollar Tree, that you cannot see beyond the point that all employees working there are rude. Well what if the employee was your son when he is old enough to work and someone said he was a bad worker because he did not make eye contact due to his autism. You complained in another letter that your son was discriminated against, yet you have no issue discriminating against others.

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