Lately when I've gone into Sears to buy something, the cashiers ask for my phone number.When I try to refuse them, they yell, shout and badger me endlessly and insist it's for their credit card's rewards program, even when I tell them I'm not on the rewards program and don't use one of their cards.
My phone number is already in the system somehow, so they look it up anyway. This has happened to me, then I'd get a bunch of telemarketing calls. I complained to customer service, who denied they gave my number to telemarketers and told me to complain to the manager about the cashiers. Problem is, I can't find a manager in the store.
I complained to the Better Business Bureau, and the corporate headquarters tells me to simply tell the cashiers I'm not interested in their program...as if I haven't done that already!
They insist they will not stop the policy of asking for phone numbers, so I will not shop here again, since the cashiers can be as rude as they want to and not face any consequences for it.From the lowest paid workers to the highest positions, everyone who is associated with Sears is extremely rude.
Review about: Sears Rewards Program.