Comment of the Day: Just What Was Kroger Customer Service Thinking?
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We reported on one woman's customer-service nightmare with Kroger and a lost wallet.
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Readers had a difficult time trying to figure out just what Kroger was hoping to accomplish with its actions.
I, too, thought it was pretty odd they had already gone about cutting credit cards and assuming the money into the register. Since when is that a standard of practice? Also...why have a lost and found if you're going to put the cash in the drawer, cut up the cards and mail back the license? And while we're at it...why not mail the whole wallet if mailing the license? None of that shiz makes sense!
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