If you have kids you need to read this!. Last Saturday i was one of the last to leave Costco. I usually spend a lot of money when we shop at Costco. I had my daughter who was 7 there with me. I was in line at this woman named Chris came up to us, she had a costco badge and has been confirmed to work there. She said you look tired, would you like a pop? I said that's nice of you. So then she looked at my daughter and said 'come on.' She thought it was appropriate to take my daughter away from me to get a pop. I quickly said No thank you... Again she started talking and then asked how about a glass of water... i again said no thank you... she talked for a very long time to Elle and asked one last time... i said no... absolutely no. I am nice to people, whether they are gay or not... but an employee trying to take my child away from me and to a room alone in private... just not appropriate... i still am so upset i am shaking. I called the manager and they have no camera's to protect customers from such conduct... but he said that this conduct was not okay. This store does not protect you. Several months ago we had a guy follow us all over the store and circle around us in the parking lot, we had to call the police over that and he was a customer. Please be forewarned that this Costco is not a safe place to bring your children and avoid them. Sincerely, Traci
Boxes of consumer goodies are stacked as high as the eye can see at this international chain store.
Formerly known as the Price Club, this large membership-only warehouse is chock-full of almost any consumer product under the sun-in bulk, of course. With goods ranging from high-end electronics to outdoor furniture to fresh lobster, this wholesale superstore has got it (lots and lots of it!). While the high-volume and low prices appeals mainly to families and business, it's not uncommon to find college students trolling the various aisles for free food samples. The various membership options offer a range of plans, all reasonably priced. A word of warning to shopaholics: If you leave home without a list, you might spend more than you bargained for with all the deals offered.
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