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Crazy, Definitely, and Fashion: Used And Abused RETAIL USA WILD & UNRULY (I am working at a makeup store as a cashier. I am about 16 and don't have much job experience, and this is my first job working in a retail-type setting. We have our refund policy posted all over the store, including on receipts and our website. We do not allow any makeup returns unless the makeup is unused and the unit carton is sealed with no obvious signs of damage to the product or the carton. A woman walks in with a bag filled with palettes and drops it on the counter.) Customer: "I'd like to make a return Me: "Sure, of course! Do you have your receipt with you?" Customer "Yes. I want to return all of this stuff in the bag. It was complete s Me: "Um... okay." (She hands me a very long receipt) Me: "Thank you, ma'am. All right, everything? And it's all untouched?" Customer "Yes never used it (She takes out her a little booklet with her credit cards in it and places it on the counter while I open the bag. A giant poof of powder from the palettes flies up into my face. Every single palette is clearly shattered, and the pans that aren't broken have clearly been used.) Me: "Uh... ma'am, everything is... broken customer: "Yes, that's why I'm returning it Me: "I'm sorry, but I can't accept this. These pans have obviously been used, and the damaged." customer: *becomes an uber-witch in 0.32 seconds* "I never used them! They were broken when I bought them, b that's why I'm returning them Customer: *becomes an uber-witch in 0.32 seconds* "I never used them! They were broken when I bought them, b that's why I'm returning them Me: caught off guard "Ma'am, these pans *l point to the pans are clearly used There are finger swipes on them. m sorry, but we don't accept returns of damaged or used products. Customer "You little a wipe, get me your f****** manager this very second Me: "As of right now, I am the only working employee Customer "Then call your fi head manager, S (Ive never faced this type of dilemma, so I call my manager. She doesn't pick up.) Customer "I paid good money for this s and it was f****** broken want to return my f makeup, you f c***!" (Im getting angry now, and the other customers are staring.) Me: "Ma'am, I really don't know what you want me to tell you. I Customer "Tell me that I can f****** return this! What the h s your name? I will f****** report you to your f boss Me: "MATAM. We do NOT accept broken or used products, and these palettes are both! I am going to have to ask you to leave if you continue this behavior." Customer "I don't see your return policy! I'm going to sue your f company, you hear me? Me: he return policy is on your receipt and written around the store near the displays. It's also on the counter and on our website." Customer "I COULD'VE MISSED THAT Me finally losing my temper* "Do you have eyes? I see them right now and they clearly work so if you have them then please, for the sake of all of us, use them to read things so you don't sound like a f****** idiot when you talk to other people Customer "YOU B****! M CALLING YOUR MANAGER Me: finally losing my temper* "Do you have eyes? I see them right now and they clearly work so if you have them then please, for the sake of all of us, use them to read things so you don't sound like a f****** idiot when you talk to other people Customer "YOU B****! M CALLING YOUR MANAGER Me: "I'm going to have to ask you to leave right now, or I will call the police." (I notice another employee, who happens to be gifted in the martial arts, arriving for her shift standing at the entrance of the store, watching. Ieye the phone on the wall She mouths "9-1-1? and I nod. She dials the police.) Customer: "B****! You'll get what you deserve Me: "Ma'am, you must leave immediately or I will have you escorted out." Customer "YOU FILTHY W****! YOU CANT MAKE ME LEAVE (She pulls a nail polish with a rather slim and pointy cap made by a certain famous fashion designer o of the shelf next to her and throws it hard at me. It hits my temple and I start bleeding.) Me: "The police have been called and take note that I will see you in court for harassment and assault." Customer: "N YOU WONT (She immediately turns around and starts running right towards the entrance near the other employee. The employee grabs her arm and flips her on the ground, then places her foot on her chest. The police arrive right as she's doing this and arrest the customer. Igrab the customer's booklet off of the counter and flip it open. Right on the very front slip is her ID. walk over to the customer and police) Customer "SHE'S A LIAR! SHE'S A F****** CRAZY B Me: ironically "MAAM, you forgot this as you were trying to run away." (I dropped it on the ground and walked back to the counter) People wonder why I still go to this site. Obviously because of the absolutely true stories people tell.
Crazy, Definitely, and Fashion: Used And Abused
 RETAIL
 USA WILD & UNRULY
 (I am working at a makeup store as a cashier. I am about 16 and don't have much job
 experience, and this is my first job working in a retail-type setting. We have our refund
 policy posted all over the store, including on receipts and our website. We do not allow any
 makeup returns unless the makeup is unused and the unit carton is sealed with no obvious
 signs of damage to the product or the carton. A woman walks in with a bag filled with
 palettes and drops it on the counter.)
 Customer: "I'd like to make a return
 Me: "Sure, of course! Do you have your receipt with you?"
 Customer
 "Yes. I want to return all of this stuff in the bag. It was complete s
 Me: "Um... okay."
 (She hands me a very long receipt)
 Me: "Thank you, ma'am. All right, everything? And it's all untouched?"
 Customer
 "Yes
 never used it
 (She takes out her a little booklet with her credit cards in it and places it on the counter
 while I open the bag. A giant poof of powder from the palettes flies up into my face. Every
 single palette is clearly shattered, and the pans that aren't broken have clearly been used.)
 Me: "Uh... ma'am, everything is... broken
 customer: "Yes, that's why I'm returning it
 Me: "I'm sorry, but I can't accept
 this. These pans have obviously been used, and
 the
 damaged."
 customer: *becomes an uber-witch in 0.32 seconds* "I never used them! They were
 broken when I bought them, b
 that's why I'm returning them

 Customer: *becomes an uber-witch in 0.32 seconds* "I never used them! They were
 broken when I bought them, b
 that's why I'm returning them
 Me: caught off guard "Ma'am, these pans
 *l point to the pans
 are clearly used
 There are finger swipes on them. m sorry, but we don't accept returns of damaged or
 used products.
 Customer
 "You little a
 wipe, get me your f****** manager this very second
 Me: "As of right now, I
 am the only working employee
 Customer
 "Then call your fi
 head
 manager, S
 (Ive never faced this type of dilemma, so I call my manager. She doesn't pick up.)
 Customer
 "I paid good money for this s
 and it was f****** broken
 want to
 return my f
 makeup, you f
 c***!"
 (Im getting angry now, and the other customers are staring.)
 Me: "Ma'am, I really don't know what you want me to tell you.
 I
 Customer
 "Tell me that I can f****** return this! What the h
 s your name? I will
 f****** report you to your f
 boss
 Me: "MATAM. We do NOT accept broken or used products, and these palettes are both!
 I am going to have to ask you to leave if you continue this behavior."
 Customer
 "I don't see your return policy! I'm going to sue your f
 company, you
 hear me?
 Me: he return policy is on your receipt and written around the store near the
 displays. It's also on the counter and on our website."
 Customer
 "I COULD'VE MISSED THAT
 Me
 finally losing my temper* "Do you have eyes? I see them right now and they
 clearly work so if you have them then please, for the sake of all of us, use them to read
 things so you don't sound like a f****** idiot when you talk to other people
 Customer
 "YOU B****! M CALLING YOUR MANAGER

 Me: finally losing my temper* "Do you have eyes? I see them right now and they
 clearly work so if you have them then please, for the sake of all of us, use them to read
 things so you don't sound like a f****** idiot when you talk to other people
 Customer
 "YOU B****! M CALLING YOUR MANAGER
 Me: "I'm going to have to ask you to leave right now, or I will call the police."
 (I notice another employee, who happens to be gifted in the martial arts, arriving for her
 shift standing at the entrance of the store, watching. Ieye the phone on the wall She
 mouths "9-1-1? and I nod. She dials the police.)
 Customer: "B****! You'll get what you deserve
 Me: "Ma'am, you must leave immediately or
 I will have you escorted out."
 Customer
 "YOU FILTHY W****! YOU CANT MAKE ME LEAVE
 (She pulls a nail polish with a rather slim and pointy cap made by a certain famous fashion
 designer o
 of the shelf next to her and throws it hard at me. It hits my temple and I start
 bleeding.)
 Me: "The police have been called and take note that I will see you in court for
 harassment and assault."
 Customer: "N
 YOU WONT
 (She immediately turns around and starts running right towards the entrance near the
 other employee. The employee grabs her arm and flips her on the ground, then places her
 foot on her chest. The police arrive right as she's doing this and arrest the customer. Igrab
 the customer's booklet off of the counter and flip it open. Right on the very front slip is her
 ID. walk over to the customer and police)
 Customer
 "SHE'S A LIAR! SHE'S A F****** CRAZY B
 Me: ironically "MAAM, you forgot this as you were trying to run away."
 (I dropped it on the ground and walked back to the counter)
People wonder why I still go to this site. Obviously because of the absolutely true stories people tell.

People wonder why I still go to this site. Obviously because of the absolutely true stories people tell.

Computers, Guns, and Memes: Entire Florida Police Dept busted laundering tens of millions for international drug cartels The village of Bal Harbour, population 2,513, may have a tiny footprint on the northern tip of Miami Beach, but its police department The BalHarbour PD and the Glades County Sheriff’s Office set up a giant money laundering scheme with the purported goal of busting drug cartels & stemming the surge of drug dealing going on in the area. But it all fell apart when federal investigators and the Miami-Herald found strange things going on. The two-year operation, which took in more than $55 million from criminal groups, resulted in zero arrests but netted $2.4 million for the police posing as money launderers. Members of the 12-person task force traveled far and wide to carry out their deals, from Los Angeles to New York to Puerto Rico. Along the way, the small-town cops got a taste of luxury as they used the money for first-class flights, luxury hotels, Mac computers and submachine guns. Meanwhile, the Bal Harbour PD and Glades County Sheriffs were buying all sorts of fancy new equipment. Besides these β€œofficial” uses of the money, confidential records obtained by the Miami-Herald show that officers withdrew hundreds of thousands of dollars with no record of where the money went. "They were like bank robbers with badges,” said Dennis Fitzgerald, an attorney and former Drug Enforcement Administration agent who taught undercover tactics for the U.S. State Department. β€œIt had no law enforcement objective. The objective was to make money.” The operation, which was not fully reported to federal authorities, funneled millions of dollars to overseas criminals and interfered with investigations being carried out on known money launderers. - http:-alternativemediasyndicate.com-2017-02-16-entire-florida-police-dept-busted-laundering-tens-millions-international-drug-cartels- 4biddenknowledge rp @theorgonizedearth
Computers, Guns, and Memes: Entire Florida Police Dept
 busted laundering tens of
 millions for international drug
 cartels
 The village of Bal Harbour, population 2,513,
 may have a tiny footprint on the northern tip
 of Miami Beach, but its police department
The BalHarbour PD and the Glades County Sheriff’s Office set up a giant money laundering scheme with the purported goal of busting drug cartels & stemming the surge of drug dealing going on in the area. But it all fell apart when federal investigators and the Miami-Herald found strange things going on. The two-year operation, which took in more than $55 million from criminal groups, resulted in zero arrests but netted $2.4 million for the police posing as money launderers. Members of the 12-person task force traveled far and wide to carry out their deals, from Los Angeles to New York to Puerto Rico. Along the way, the small-town cops got a taste of luxury as they used the money for first-class flights, luxury hotels, Mac computers and submachine guns. Meanwhile, the Bal Harbour PD and Glades County Sheriffs were buying all sorts of fancy new equipment. Besides these β€œofficial” uses of the money, confidential records obtained by the Miami-Herald show that officers withdrew hundreds of thousands of dollars with no record of where the money went. "They were like bank robbers with badges,” said Dennis Fitzgerald, an attorney and former Drug Enforcement Administration agent who taught undercover tactics for the U.S. State Department. β€œIt had no law enforcement objective. The objective was to make money.” The operation, which was not fully reported to federal authorities, funneled millions of dollars to overseas criminals and interfered with investigations being carried out on known money launderers. - http:-alternativemediasyndicate.com-2017-02-16-entire-florida-police-dept-busted-laundering-tens-millions-international-drug-cartels- 4biddenknowledge rp @theorgonizedearth

The BalHarbour PD and the Glades County Sheriff’s Office set up a giant money laundering scheme with the purported goal of busting drug cart...