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In our disintegrating society of poor attitudes I find Wegman’s service topnotch! I don’t believe that anyone should be able to tell you to remove a product from your store if it is selling well and the product is not hurting anyone.
After all, my husband (white) and I have been shopping with my in-laws and have not had to show our ID.After ringing up the first bottle the cashier asked to see my daughter’s ID. I said I understand, but she is not 21 and is not purchasing the items, I am. I pointed to the other families in line with children much younger and asked if he will be asking for their IDs as well.He said, “well if someone a group is purchasing alcohol over 21 and everyone looks young, we ask to see everyone’s ID in case they are purchasing for someone under 21.” I understand and respect that rule, but I am this 20 year-old’s mother and not purchasing the alcohol for her. When I repeated that you can check, but she is not 21 yet, he asked her to stand at the end of the register.Looking forward to having a Wegmans near me.’ Sincerely, Fran Merrill Reply I am not looking for any response and do not want one in regards to your store on Rt31, Clay, NY. My wife went to the store today for “Pepper Day” which was a bust, but that is not the point. I had purchased my groceries and was checking out with my wine and spirits.Your management need some training in regards to their customers. As usual I showed my identification (Date of Birth 1966). He pointed out the sign that said that everyone in a party maybe asked for their ID.
I have come to enjoy my shopping experiences there because everyone and I mean everyone is friendly, helpful, not just pointing a finger to where a product is located but will take you to that product.