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SALES STAFF WORKING IN LUXURY BOUTIQUE SAYS: “WE ARE TAUGHT TO STEROTYPE & JUDGE CUSTOMERS”

An anonymous Facebook user posted to an online news media platform. The user revealed her experiences  working as a sales representative in a luxury boutique.

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The person describes in detail how she was advised not to waste time on clients who checked pricing on the things in the store because they would most likely be unable to purchase anything at all..

For this kind of statement, most people will probably be a little angry. Netizens also said that this is too realistic, but he has to admit that it is true.

Those are the kind of customer that usually leaves silently after reading the price.

She also reminded other sales associates not to be too proud for working in a luxury booktique

The woman added: “Because the customers in contact with them have a relatively high spending power, they will also classify themselves into the upper-class circle, when in reality, they are just sales associates.”

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“The team leader at the luxury boutique where I worked explained that there are three categories of consumers that visit the store.

  • One has no money
  • one has the capacity to acquire anything but would most likely pay in instalments
  • can afford it but has no taste.

The anonymous writer claimed that she was taken aback by the stereotyping of potential consumers.

However, the woman added

“As long as they walk in, there is a chance they will buy something. Why do we have to discriminate?”

The author believes that only the more she knows, can she see the real value of goods and services, and when the knowledge of life continues to improve, she will not only surpass the limitations of poor thinking, but also surpass the attachment to material enjoyment.

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