Dollar Treeservice from assistant manager

C Jan 22, 2019
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I went into the dollar tree store in Kissimme Florida today. I purchased a few items total of $21.50. I gave the chaser a $50.00 bill which she had to call the manager to approve. That was fine with me. The manager came over with an attitude and told the cashier to take a credit card from me She told the girl should could not give me change. I asked her did the entire store have less than $50. The store was very busy and I am sure she could have cashed a $50. The customer in back of me offered to break the $50. Bill but in a huff she went in her office and came out with the change.. she was the rudest person I have ever met. It makes me feel that I will never go back to that store. Even the cashier was embarrassed for her

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  • Ch
    Chris1977 Jan 23, 2019

    Stores like that rarely have that much change because of robbery potential. Have smaller bills next time and you'll be fine.

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    TDW1980 Jan 31, 2019
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    @Chris1977 I know for a fact they have change to break big bills..I work @ one & the managers take from the deposit til or safe

    -2 Votes

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