If we were having coffee, I would tell you that I didn’t get banned from Wal-Mart but I will be looking for a different photo department. I wasn’t that impressed with them before today. It was just convenient to go to Wal-Mart. After today, I’ll be lucky if they don’t sabotage my order.
I printed off a photo that I had taken, which also had a signature. Luckily, I took the memory card with me.
Do you think they wanted to look at my memory card, aka proof? No. They kept telling me about the signature and copyright. I kept telling them that I took the picture and put the signature on it. It didn’t sink in for several minutes.
After ten minutes of trying to explain, I lost my freaking mind. I yelled a bit. I was so aggravated that they weren’t listening.
Finally, a manager came over that knew what to do. She was like,”Yeah, we can check her card. If the picture is on there,that is her proof.”
Yesterday, I had a post published on Huffington Post.I’m pretty excited about it. I might have to find another letter K for the A to Z challenge.
Ugh!! Don’t get me started on WalMart. Glad you got the situation resolved. And yay on the published article!
Thanks! 🙂 I was glad too! And glad I didn’t get totally banned.
And yay on Huff Po!
Thanks! Situation definitely lacked grace 😉
Congrats with Huff Po! And Walmart, well….yeah sounds about right
It does, doesn’t it? Thanks!! 🙂
Sheesh. Buying from sweatshops and treating their employees like they do, Walmart are the last people who have the right to get on the moral high horse.
Yes. Exactly! They don’t seem to treat anyone nicely.
Way to hardline it, Wal-mart…huh?!? 😉
Congratulations on HP! 🙂
Congratulations on the HuffPo post! And thank you for sharing the lovely photos. Wal-Mart, yeah, just say no. 🙂
Thanks! I’ve been trying to wean myself off of Wal-Mart. I will have to go with something more inconvenient and less of a jerk. 😉 But it will be worth the inconvenience, right?!