Went to Peoples the other day…

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
636 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I would have complained to the store manager.

Post # 4
2687 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2015 - Ketchum, ID

@sillygoat:  f**k her. complain to corporate immediately. 

Post # 5
2230 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2007

Boo for the surprise being ruined..and yay for you getting a ring soon!

I was in people’s the other day with my sister (who is going to be getting engaged soon). I wanted her to point out rings she liked so I could help my futur BIL when he goes shopping. She was drawn to the Vera Wang collection too, the lady who was working told us they were pricey and walked us over to the “promise rings”.. I guess we don’t look like we have money to spend? lol We are also tattoed, and I am pretty sure the lady was staring at my sister’s neck tattoo the whole time… Maybe there’s a corporate memo? “Beware, people with tattoos will steal and have $99 budgets”. ha ha. 

Post # 8
2484 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

What a beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooooooootttttttttttchhhhhhhhhhh

Post # 9
6407 posts
Bee Keeper

How rude of her! I could  understand the Michelle-miscommunication slip-up, but I’ve never heard of a salesperson snapping at someone to keep their hands above the counter.

I’ve seen a pained look that salespeople have tried to hide when I brought an expensive piece a little closer to the exit than was their comfort (and I immediately brought it away from there on seeing that, of course), I’ve had them try to subtly keep track of all their merch they pulled out just in case FI or I would try to pocket one (by stacking “rejects” immediately on their finger, things like that), all of which I thought was entirely appropriate considering the situation. But all of them tried to conceal their concerns as much as possible and present a gracious and welcoming vibe.

Snapping at me about anything would make me angry, but snapping at me to basically “keep my hands where they could see them”? I’d be livid!!!

Please do report this person to the management of the store.

Post # 10
311 posts
Helper bee

@sillygoat:  OH FUCK NO! That is completely unacceptable and I would go even above the store managers head and call their corporate office. Not only was she fucking condesending but she ruined what is supoosed to be a joyous and exciting time! I say call and complain!!!

Also CONGRATS! Try not to let this spoil your engagement! You get to marry the man of your dreams YAY!

Post # 11
6407 posts
Bee Keeper

@sillygoat:  If the management is any good, that saleslady won’t be employed there when he picks it up. Or she’ll be lucky and still be there, and bending-over-backwards gracious.

Post # 13
462 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

If I were your FI, I would call management and bitch up a storm! How unprofessional and rude!

Post # 14
4134 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I would have flipped my shit. I would return the ring and get my money back and never give that company a thin dime.Holey fuck. You should absolutely write to corporate. Comission hungry pigs! RAAGGGEEE


Also, premptive congratulations. 

Post # 15
767 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Are you kidding me uggggg. How rude and unprofessional! 

BUT on a second note how exciting ! I wish it would have been a different experience for you though (shopping around) but I’m sure it will be a wonderful surprise when he does pop the question.

Post # 16
370 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

That is AWFUl!!  I agree with everyone else…you need to complain.  And seeing that it’s a jewelry store, there should be security footage they can review to support your complaints.  At the VERY least, they should offer your FI a credit on your ring or a generous gift card (although I don’t know if you want to keep shopping there!).  Congrats on your upcoming engagement and that amazing dress you scored today!  Beautiful!

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