They're everywhere and they're a problem that won't go away -- unless you fire them, which is another problem.
Airline finally notices it has a problem relating to its customers.
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You don't have to show your receipt before you leave most stores. So why do they get so upset if you refuse?
Where she works, the customer is always right, and the employees are expendable.
There are ways to try out the service before you buy, but it's a labor-intensive process.
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