Guest: LOL. On the RARE occasion I DO shop at frys, I am converged upon by half the store employees, who watch and wait for me to pick up an item, then pull their hands out of their pockets and rush over to say "Can I print you up a quote for that?" I say sure, and let them...the quote is deposited on one of the bare spots on the shelf. Another comes up and wants to print that up for me. Sure. Deposited on the bare shelf spot. I once amassed and "deposited" 5 quotes for a computer case at the Plano store....and when I got up to the counter to pay, was asked if I had a quote. Nope. LOL It's fun to fuck with the Frys dweebs.
Guest: Yep I can't fuckin STAND those commission hungry snakes... always do my best to sneak in, grab the product and make a RUN for it so they don't chase you down for that "QUOTE" that I throw away before I get to the line. Actually had one of them say "Oh, guess you don't want me to feed myself then" when I refused to let them write me up on a high dollar item. My response to him? "Get a REAL job" and I let his supervisor know how much of a loser he is. I avoid Fry's at all costs unless I absolutely HAVE to go in there to buy something for my business when we need it in a pinch. Don't know why they even have "sales people" in there who have ZERO idea on the product and only want to sell high commission items and try to make commission off something they don't deserve.
Guest: if you have an asshole customer
Guest: @Obi Most customers (in electronic stores) are dumb as shit, whether its Fry's or not.
gobo760: I actually thought you were going to suggest folding the quote into a paper hat and having the customer wear it. Not sure where my brain is today....
skullywag: Just thought I'd reply to some old "gems" to bring them to the top of post list, and show how Fry's got to where it is today. Spoiler Alert: It's NOT Amazon.