Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: "Coin shortage" is Fake - How long is Kroger gonna keep up this phony crap?
Anonymous

Date:
"Coin shortage" is Fake - How long is Kroger gonna keep up this phony crap?
Permalink   


Here is why I feel the coin shortage isn't what Kroger is saying it is.......... In the last three months I have been to at least 4 or 5 different McDonald's in several states (Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky)  (OK, so I like McDonalds, sue me)................  the point is in all those transactions not the slightest word was said about any coin shortage, and I always got exact change back including coins, each and every time. McDonald's handles just as much coins (probably more) than Kroger ever does.

WHAT IS THE REAL DEAL, people???   



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

Anonymous wrote:

Here is why I feel the coin shortage isn't what Kroger is saying it is.......... In the last three months I have been to at least 4 or 5 different McDonald's in several states (Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky)  (OK, so I like McDonalds, sue me)................  the point is in all those transactions not the slightest word was said about any coin shortage, and I always got exact change back including coins, each and every time. McDonald's handles just as much coins (probably more) than Kroger ever does.

WHAT IS THE REAL DEAL, people???

To all the nay sayers and critics who come after us both, let me say in advance: F**CK YOU.

Now. To the above point: Yes, this is all a scam. Kroger and some other retailers want everyone to switch to plastic. I'm not doing it. Everywhere this happens at, I'm going to hold up an entire line getting my cash transactions rung up---or I'm going to steal the merchandise. That simple. This is still the United States of America, and cash and coins are still legal tender.

We've got too many people complying with too many bull$hit 'policies' in this country, and it needs to stop.  You lose every battle you refuse to fight. I'm not afraid to do that. I've had my ass kicked and I've gone to jail, I'm unafraid of either. Refusing to put up with $hit doesn't mean you're a trouble maker.

So: Do as I do. Take your time, hold up the line, and wait to pay in cash. Trust me---They'll do it every time.


 



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

Wait,What?Kroger gives coin change,I should know since I'm a cashier. Maybe it's a local issue to you.

Now as to your point of cash being legal tender,yes it can be accepted as tender but there is no legal requirement for a business to accept it as tender for payment.If you want proof then look at the federal reserve website FAQ section.

 

Saying that you are going to steal if you don't get your way and pay cash though is seriously immature and you sound like an angsty teenager or an old cranky retirement age fool.Go to jail for stealing you big tough person you.You think anonymous strangers on the internet are going to care what happens to you.



__________________


Guru

Status: Offline
Posts: 1509
Date:
RE:
Permalink   


Another thing that people don't understand also....there is no legal requirement to RETURN anything (unless faulty).



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
RE: "Coin shortage" is Fake - How long is Kroger gonna keep up this phony crap?
Permalink   


The Walmarts in my area were pulling the same crap for awhile, but a big % of the people here are cash n carry. So it flopped on them.

I commerce with 3 different banks, and between that and all the small businesses who have no idea what this so called shortage is about. I'm calling bull**** on this too.



__________________


Guru

Status: Offline
Posts: 1509
Date:
Permalink   

Anonymous wrote:

The Walmarts in my area were pulling the same crap for awhile, but a big % of the people here are cash n carry. So it flopped on them.

I commerce with 3 different banks, and between that and all the small businesses who have no idea what this so called shortage is about. I'm calling bull**** on this too.


 So you mean small businesses were able to obtain a few rolls of change.. GREAT!  Do you not understand big boxes have multiple registers and dispense hundreds of dollars in change daily? Yes, some people pay with change, but this wasn't been happening like it did before COVID.  What benefit do you believe retailers gained by this "fake" shortage? Either the made people pay with a CC and incurred the processing charges or were at time not able to give people change.  Yes, the company placed the change difference on the shopper card, but what benefit did the company or any other retailer gain. 

OH.....I guess all the retailers got together and decided they wanted to deal with customer complaints and additional cost for something they could control.  When this all started stores were maybe receiving 1/4 what they ordered or at times nothing.  This 1/4 could have been only pennies, dimes or nickels or quarters and they had no control of what was delivered. 

I love how people question stupid stuff like this, but don't question why the IRS called them for past due taxes and need them to purchase $5000 in I-Tunes Gift Cards.....right NOW.      



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

EUID_Unknown wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

The Walmarts in my area were pulling the same crap for awhile, but a big % of the people here are cash n carry. So it flopped on them.

I commerce with 3 different banks, and between that and all the small businesses who have no idea what this so called shortage is about. I'm calling bull**** on this too.


 So you mean small businesses were able to obtain a few rolls of change.. GREAT!  Do you not understand big boxes have multiple registers and dispense hundreds of dollars in change daily? Yes, some people pay with change, but this wasn't been happening like it did before COVID.  What benefit do you believe retailers gained by this "fake" shortage? Either the made people pay with a CC and incurred the processing charges or were at time not able to give people change.  Yes, the company placed the change difference on the shopper card, but what benefit did the company or any other retailer gain. 

OH.....I guess all the retailers got together and decided they wanted to deal with customer complaints and additional cost for something they could control.  When this all started stores were maybe receiving 1/4 what they ordered or at times nothing.  This 1/4 could have been only pennies, dimes or nickels or quarters and they had no control of what was delivered. 

I love how people question stupid stuff like this, but don't question why the IRS called them for past due taxes and need them to purchase $5000 in I-Tunes Gift Cards.....right NOW.      


 Shut up fktard, you're !386 under another account lol



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

EUID_Unknown wrote:
Anonymous wrote:

The Walmarts in my area were pulling the same crap for awhile, but a big % of the people here are cash n carry. So it flopped on them.

I commerce with 3 different banks, and between that and all the small businesses who have no idea what this so called shortage is about. I'm calling bull**** on this too.


 So you mean small businesses were able to obtain a few rolls of change.. GREAT!  Do you not understand big boxes have multiple registers and dispense hundreds of dollars in change daily? Yes, some people pay with change, but this wasn't been happening like it did before COVID.  What benefit do you believe retailers gained by this "fake" shortage? Either the made people pay with a CC and incurred the processing charges or were at time not able to give people change.  Yes, the company placed the change difference on the shopper card, but what benefit did the company or any other retailer gain. 

OH.....I guess all the retailers got together and decided they wanted to deal with customer complaints and additional cost for something they could control.  When this all started stores were maybe receiving 1/4 what they ordered or at times nothing.  This 1/4 could have been only pennies, dimes or nickels or quarters and they had no control of what was delivered. 

I love how people question stupid stuff like this, but don't question why the IRS called them for past due taxes and need them to purchase $5000 in I-Tunes Gift Cards.....right NOW.      


 Shut up ass hole. There is plenty of change there is no chain shortage its just another bull**** lie you crooks made up to cheat people and put more pennies in your tiny checks already. if you cant give the customers change back then close the ****en store you ****en thieves



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

Buy bitcoin! Lmao, USD is ****ed!



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

Paying cash is satisfying a private debt with legal tender. Kroger gives up some control by allowing cash. They would just as soon be rid of cash and take away that last little bit of privacy. I'll bet people wearing the formerly forbidden masks and also paying cash drives corporate nuts so LETS ALL DO IT. No reason why everyone in town shouldn't also use the same phone number to get discounts and screw the app.



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

Anonymous wrote:

Paying cash is satisfying a private debt with legal tender. Kroger gives up some control by allowing cash. They would just as soon be rid of cash and take away that last little bit of privacy. I'll bet people wearing the formerly forbidden masks and also paying cash drives corporate nuts so LETS ALL DO IT. No reason why everyone in town shouldn't also use the same phone number to get discounts and screw the app.


 L O V E this! biggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

Anonymous wrote:

Paying cash is satisfying a private debt with legal tender. Kroger gives up some control by allowing cash. They would just as soon be rid of cash and take away that last little bit of privacy. I'll bet people wearing the formerly forbidden masks and also paying cash drives corporate nuts so LETS ALL DO IT. No reason why everyone in town shouldn't also use the same phone number to get discounts and screw the app.


 I be scamming the self steal out and I also get MASSIVE fuel points



__________________
Anonymous

Date:
Permalink   

The coin shortage is fake.

Coins are fake.

There's no such thing as coinds.  Coins can't melt jelt full.



__________________


Newbie

Status: Offline
Posts: 4
Date:
Permalink   

Hello friend! I know that nowadays a lot of people are looking for a good gambling site. I am sure that you will like the https://duckdice.io site very much, because it pays out winnings very quickly and is very pleasant to play. There is a thoughtful design and great graphics in the game, I love it!



-- Edited by Karambo on Friday 27th of November 2020 05:39:52 AM

__________________
Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us


Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard