Although the policy was to not show more than 3 chains at a time? Did you read that? When will people realize that businesses DO NOT PUT poilicies just to alienate people of race!
BTW, I am an african american and I KNOW that businesses have rules that they have to follow regardless of my race.
BTW, what makes you think that its only black people? What about chinese, native american, hispanic people? Why do people automatically assume that its a black person? Like only black people who pull the race card? I don't appreciate you generalizing only black people. People of other races are also capable of pulling the race card.
Did you read what I posted?
Let me try again.
Members of minority groups are prone to BELIEVE (rightly or wrongly) that when a clerk falls back on company policy as grounds not to give them what they want, the real reason is something else.
Or thinking that folks of his race/ethnicity are shoplifters.
And the folks most like to be singled out for such treatment are, unfortunately, black.
In this case, when the clerk cited company policy for not showing her more than 3 necklaces at a time, it sounded like how jewelry stores often treat black customers.
And from how the original post read, in which the customer kept being turned down when she asked to be shown more than 3 necklaces at a time, I wondered whether the customer was black. Because jewelry stores are notorious for mistreating blacks.
Stop reading more into my post than the plain meaning of my words.