Monday, November 05, 2007

Debit Card Rip Off at Park Slope Rite Aid?

Is there an issue at the Park Slope Rite Aid at Seventh Avenue and Fifth Street that people should know about? Possibly. A GL reader forwarded an email from the Park Slope Parents group that alleges an employee took liberties with a debit card and that management didn't care. The emails charges that a clerk helped "with the transaction process and without my wife knowing it helped herself to cash back out of our account." When the person returned to the store, the email claims that she was "verbally abused by the manager" and that several visits to the story have produced "nothing but hostility from them." The email includes a request:
I ask that you either don't shop there or if you do then voice your concern to the management about this. Be careful and spread the word. Through community action things like this can be stopped!
We include the item as a caution to readers in Park Slope, if not about the specifics of an alleged incident, then about the reported attitude of management.



Blogger Gringcorp said...

Suggests the scammee scans the pages of to take a look at what they suggest. The editor, Ben Popken, is a local boy.

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

file a police report

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

file a police report with the 78 pct.

12:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Duh! Call the cops and call your bank! NOW!

1:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dont understand how this happened?Didnt the customer punch in the info herself or see the responses? I can understand this happening if the person were a senior citizen.Manager has to be in on it with the cashier if she wasnt fired and just received a verbal reprimand. I would file a police report and then contact corporate and inform them of the goings on. call help me howard and shame on you and put it out there. i hate scammers and taking time to expose them is always worth the effort.

5:01 PM  

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