This explains why a new TM tried to stop me as I was pushing a cart full of (pharmacy) boxes last week, saying I was not allowed to take them.At my store it was a firm no as well. People would also call and ask for boxes at my store and we’d also have women ask if they can come into the back and look at the boxes and pick some out. Sometimes it would be later in the day and we didn’t have boxes (when we had a 4am unload). But Yeah, that’s a no.
Mine was frozen because I used it in a vending machineI once had my account frozen because I purchased a bunch of 99 cent songs from iTunes and Apple processed each one as a separate transaction. It was about 50 99 cent transactions in one evening. That got flagged as suspicious. Another time, my account was not only frozen, but I was forced to go through a bunch of steps to get an entirely new debit card. That happened because I had purchased a Christmas gift from an Irish retailer directly online.
Banks use complicated algorithms to flag suspicious activity. It sometimes flags legit purchases because the account holder did something out of the ordinary. It sucks when it happens, but it's nice to know that your bank is at least trying to prevent someone from stealing your account number and racking up a bunch of charges because that sucks even worse.
Probably same people who would sue for slip & fall saying you created an unsafe condition.We had a wine endcap collapse & had to rope off a main aisle & it was the same thing with guests trying to go thru it.
It's not like one could miss a large red lake on a white tile floor but a few guests were trying to pull at the tape to go across said lake.Probably same people who would sue for slip & fall saying you created an unsafe condition.
So why did you cause them to walk through a caution taped spill anyways?
You have some 'splaining to do.