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Female Gamestop employee being very RUDE to a GTA V customer (video!)

#21PoorCountryPosted 9/19/2013 2:49:53 AM
Sputnick99 posted...
Both of them were acting like idiots, but the guy was the bigger idiot because he was whining like a little brat. That's why the whole store ganged up on him.


By "whole store," are you referring to that one tattooed dumbass who was waiting for the argument to finish so he could make his purchase?
#22Tommy2GoGoPosted 9/19/2013 2:54:30 AM
Ferarri619 posted...
I seriously can't actually tell who the bad guy is in this video. Did he provoke her in any way, with maybe a witty remark or something?

Also, I've never had a bad experience at any of my Gamestops in my area, and all the girls were super hot and nice. Too bad they'd probably never date me. >_>

And the girl in the vid is super ugly. The girls at my Gamestop seriously looked like supermodels and liked Final Fantasy.


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Lol.
Beta to the max.
Plus I understand where the guy was coming from.
I mean, yeah. He was acting a little dumb but the chick as well.

She as a professional should have just ignored it or have just called security.
The fact that she threaten her to release his personal information was also really unprofessional.

If I was her boss and I would have seen this video, I would have fired her.

Plus I lol'd at the dude 'high-fiving' her for having said / done that.

My gamestops are pretty crappy. Not much games, lthe shelfs are really crappy.
The guys there are usually stoned or just plain uncaring.
I once had this dude that LOOKED stoned and was talking / acting stoned. I buy my game and he forgets to give me my change.
It was about 10$ in change. ihad to remind him. He just laughed and was all "Oh, sorry little dude. Here you go"
#23Godly_GoofPosted 9/19/2013 3:00:18 AM
AwesomeOSauce posted...
MetroidHunter13 posted...
AwesomeOSauce posted...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBGtajCKkO0





>gamestop is being mean to a guy that is clearly was over 17.

>selling M rated games to a minor is NOT illegal and there is no law preventing it. Gamestop just takes things into their own hands and pulls this BS on their customers by forcing they show their ID even though there is no law for it >_>

>female gamestop employees are the worst they think they are Queens because they are sorrounded by unsecure beta whiteknights and feel empowered so they are mean to customers.

>she treats the guy badly, mocks him, says sarcastic stuff and threatens him with giving out his personal information.

>I would sue and that guy should sue.

>we should all send an email or a phone call to gamestop corporate and voice our disapproval of that employee and how its wrong to treat customers that way.



actually, yes there is. stopped reading right there. expect the flames for being an idiot






shutup you don't know anything


http://www.esrb.org/ratings/faq.jsp



"Is it illegal to sell or rent M (Mature) or AO (Adults Only) rated games to customers under 17 and 18 years of age respectively?

A ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2011 (Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association/Entertainment Software Association) found that video games are a constitutionally-protected form of expression, and that laws restricting their sale or rental based upon violent content are unconstitutional."


THERE IS NO LAW


Except that if a clerk sells an M rated game to a minor they CAN be charged for it, be it an undercover customer or if the parent complains about it after the fact.

They can be fined by the company, potentially sued by the customer, and pretty good chance they'll lose their job.

Not to mention that excerpt only covers violent behavior. Not sexual or Drug related which seems to be the bigger issue in this game than some others.
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#24DarkSymbiotePosted 9/19/2013 3:02:04 AM
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#25Ace_DefectivePosted 9/19/2013 3:06:59 AM
gfaqster posted...
http://images.4chan.org/v/src/1379581814505.png


^^^ Apparently a ton of people on reddit and 4chan have been sending messages to gamestop like that one.
Its a California gamestop and they managed to get her personal information and stuff.
woman = fired.

too bad we can't see her reaction xD


*claps* anon delivers
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#26lambchipsPosted 9/19/2013 3:07:54 AM
The guy had his game and was about to leave, then the store clerk threatened to give out his personal info

The store clerk overstepped her boundaries, she deserves to be fired and to never be employed into a position where she has access to peoples private info
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#27Spectral_CloudPosted 9/19/2013 3:21:00 AM
Neither of them are in the right here. The man tried to use a business card as a valid ID to pick up the game which is simply ridiculous and childish to react badly when told it wouldn't work. All adults should be expected to carry around valid ID at all times.

This certainly doesn't put the women in the right though. She reacted unprofessionally to the situation, no matter what the customer does you are to react in a respectful and polite manner. By refusing to give her full name and number to the man she basically confirmed that she knew she was wrong and was trying to cover herself as much as she could.

Both reacted badly to the situation and both were in the wrong. Expecting someone to have valid identification isn't asking too much, thinking you can use a business card is rather stupid to the situation as well, but simply talking things through would have helped far more than the freaking out she did though the man did react in a correct way when given poor customer service. Neither right and neither totally wrong.
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#28Tommy2GoGoPosted 9/19/2013 3:22:58 AM
Spectral_Cloud posted...
Neither of them are in the right here. The man tried to use a business card as a valid ID to pick up the game which is simply ridiculous and childish to react badly when told it wouldn't work. All adults should be expected to carry around valid ID at all times.

This certainly doesn't put the women in the right though. She reacted unprofessionally to the situation, no matter what the customer does you are to react in a respectful and polite manner. By refusing to give her full name and number to the man she basically confirmed that she knew she was wrong and was trying to cover herself as much as she could.

Both reacted badly to the situation and both were in the wrong. Expecting someone to have valid identification isn't asking too much, thinking you can use a business card is rather stupid to the situation as well, but simply talking things through would have helped far more than the freaking out she did though the man did react in a correct way when given poor customer service. Neither right and neither totally wrong.


Dude, he could have asked for the store's Number thing and her name / position. I believe all employees have a customer 'number' right?
#29zooknutPosted 9/19/2013 3:23:40 AM
AwesomeOSauce posted...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBGtajCKkO0





>gamestop is being mean to a guy that is clearly was over 17.

>selling M rated games to a minor is NOT illegal and there is no law preventing it. Gamestop just takes things into their own hands and pulls this BS on their customers by forcing they show their ID even though there is no law for it >_>

>female gamestop employees are the worst they think they are Queens because they are sorrounded by unsecure beta whiteknights and feel empowered so they are mean to customers.

>she treats the guy badly, mocks him, says sarcastic stuff and threatens him with giving out his personal information.

>I would sue and that guy should sue.

>we should all send an email or a phone call to gamestop corporate and voice our disapproval of that employee and how its wrong to treat customers that way.


this guy needs a gf badly...
#30AnonUnknownPosted 9/19/2013 3:38:30 AM
I've met only one female GS employee in my entire life and it wasn't a bad person like the girl in the video.