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By Anonymous / Wednesday 7 March 2012 06:46 / United States
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By  perdix  |  29

That's why I always carry a little notepad and a pen when I go to a store, look around furtively and mumble into my lapel. They think I'm a secret shopper and treat me like a king.

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  lissalove17  |  8

You guys realize that 47 is just trying to get attention, right? He does this on every FML. He purposely switches it around to make it the OPs fault, and he responds to the first comment every time. By reacting to his stupid comments, you're all giving him exactly what he wants.

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There was a nice girl I worked with, and a black woman came through her line. The cashier wouldnt take her coupon, and the woman made a HUGE scene. I later heard that the cashier got fired because 'someone' called in and reported the cashier for saying 'n******' and everyone knows she didn't. Some people in this world make me loose hope for society.

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  construction  |  7

More like its called a "woman's grudge" and they don't rest until they believe they are even .... Stupid right?

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  NoFlippinWai  |  24

Are you kidding? There are songs my coworkers have made up about killing everyone and setting the place on fire. Its very Office Space. Also, very unsettling that they have such explicit and detailed homocidial fantasies. Very Unsettling.

By  cmyk  |  19

Thats why the mystery shoppers where I live got cameras, to prevent this. Or that they are lying about service. Mean little buggers they are.. Don't stop them in trying though! Sucks op!

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So you have special cameras to just watch secret shoppers. Sounds like a waste of time and energy. No offense

By  PYLrulz  |  17

Secret Shoppers are the bane of employees. Most do their job well, but it wouldn't surprise me if they have some kind of quota that they have to reach to show they are "doing their jobs"

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  davidbdb485  |  0

Depending on where you work at mystery shoppers may not even be actual people working for the company. At lot of the time they're people who clicked on an ad on the Internet and signed up for the free stuff/easy money they offer.

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

Actually, it's like a secret Santa or a secret admirer or a secret agent... ...or perhaps not. Imagination only goes so far. |the kid|

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  sshelbyy11  |  6

So instead of going back and typing the extra e in employees, you decide to write a whole sentence about how you know you spelled it wrong. -_- smh

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  mike3775  |  28

If I were in the same situation, I would speak up as well. I have been in the same position as the OP before, and it sucks. I have lost jobs because of others as well. Hopefully the OP's employer has a time limit on the write ups to where they disappear after a certain amount of time, otherwise if I were the OP, I be talking to that other person and getting them to confess.

By  perdix  |  29

That's why I always carry a little notepad and a pen when I go to a store, look around furtively and mumble into my lapel. They think I'm a secret shopper and treat me like a king.

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  biggestfan23  |  11

The first thing that comes into mind is that they probably think your a loser

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