By DarthVerona - 14/03/2014 20:07 - Canada - Richmond
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Ok, OP here. The first woman I asked did not even attempt to size me, just sent me to the 'plus' section. When I got to the plus section, she did not size me either, but looked me up and down and asked me what size t-shirt I wear. I usually wear a medium when I wear stretchy tees, large when I don't. She told me they will not have anything in my size in white ever. I should not go other places, either, I should just call and that way I don't have to be disappointed everywhere I go. Thank you guys for your words of encouragement, but I think I'm just going to not get a dress.
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I was treated very badly when I bought my dress. I called the headquarters and told them I would call the news and they gave me my dress for free.
This is one of the major downfalls of today's service industry. You expect good customers to get good service, but no. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. It's training a society of jerks, people who think the only way to get what you want, is to be as terrible as you can be.
(S)he's a hefty piece of work.
That's so rude. It's better for you to go to another store where you can get treated with respect as a customer. Ugh people these days.
She's probably just jealous because she's not getting married. Always a wedding dress seller, never a wearer.
Wow girl, I'm from BC myself, you should leave a google or yelp review on that store, other potential patrons deserve to know about that horrible customer service. She doesn't deserve to have any customers after that.
I'm sorry, but I have no sympathy for fat people. If you don't want to be treated that way, don't eat a ton and exercise.