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|Yes. I think as a business owner you have a right to make those kinds of decisions. You have to be prepared to accept the consequences of your actions though. Like if someone refused to sell to me that would probably hurt my feelings and then make me want to leave a bad review about how I was refused service. KWIM? HAHA.
I'm a good customer though I swear!
|I think a WAHM is on shakier footing, though it is still her right, to refuse service based on secondhand information about a customer. It's one thing if A has placed an order with you before and she was impossible to deal with, and you refuse her order the second time around. It's an entirely other thing if you've "heard", based on rumor and gossip, that she is impossible to deal with. I think the Amity situation was the later, and that's part of what got everyone riled up, IIRC.|
2/02, 4/05, 2/07, 11/09, and EDD 12/25/11
|Originally posted by allformyboys
This has been/ is being discussed on another forum I am on- while some of us have problems with WAHM's there are customers that WAHM's have problems with contiunally, we review WAHM's and like wise WAHM's review customers as well.
Where can I see these reviews? I leave reviews for wahm occasionally, and they as well as other consumers and other wahms can see what I wrote. I would like to see what has been written about me, and frankly, I think I would have a right to see it. Please explain what/where this can be viewed. Libel is against the law, and if there was something written about me that was incorrect or misleading, I would need to be informed of it for my review.
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