Review about Jcpenney Staff from Jackson, Missouri

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Shopped at JCPenny today for the first time in over 10years and I can see exactly why I stopped shopping there.They treat vets like nothing and on top of that give them a pathetic 1% discount off their purchases.

They didn't even greet me when I came in.

I will never shop here again...In fact I'm returning the purchase I've made thankfully there's other stores around here that are Veteran friendly!

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Jan 18 #1096473

whaaaaaaaaaaa poor baby.
man it's people like you that really get under my skin
first of all who says only vets should get a discount? is that why you joined in the first place to one day save a measly 10% off retailers prices?
I mean jeez who says your life is any more important than say a firefighter or policeofficer or any other number of equally dangerous jobs. should they get a 10% discount also?
where would you draw the line?
and btw it was obviously a mistake. you could have gone back to the service desk there and brought it up and asked it be corrected and if they were smart they'd have fixed it. that being said though again , service does NOT entitle you to 10% off purchases just because you served. it's something many retailers offer those in the armed forces as a small way of thanking them for their service but they are NOT required to give it so in closing, while I thank you for your service please do me a favor, get off your *** soap box of pity for not saing a lousy $3+ and seek some help.

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Anonymous

Jan 18 #1096859

Although it's not a requirement it is nice to receive!!! But it's people like you, who judge others for things deemed important to them! And no that isn't why I joined! I joined to ensure shitheads like you who hide behind a computer enjoy the freedom of speech! All I'm simply saying is if it's going to be given then give it! Don't short someone something you're agreeing to give! And no it wasn't a mistake, spoke to management to see how that works and according to him it's correct. But its people like you who gets under my skin, and I bet you haven't spent not 1 day in danger or in service. Next time you want to give someone else ***, step in their shoes and see if you could understand how they feel...

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Jan 18 #1097049

the point is ......***........a 1% discount is a mockery of veterans..............the standard appears to be 10%.......so by giving a 1% discount to vets is like kicking them in the nuts.................if they were not trying to send a message to vets......then they would not give a discount to any of them..........station casinos is the same way........they raise the flag print up all the notices and then tell the vets to bend over................

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