Target Informative - Target (Costco?) Policies
MISSION VIEJO, CALIFORNIA -- I gave Target a roll of film to develop of my wife posing saucy in black fetish for some girly thing. No "taboo" skin. No one else in the pictures, Just Suze in her bedroom. No nudity whatever except at the end when she playfully "flashed" the camera ala Mardis Gras...one pic. Target called me, said the operator of the photo lab was "very upset" with the nudity picture and so Target would not print the roll because of Target's policy of concern for the health and well being of it's employees. So, because the girl was upset by her work, she doesn't have to work? Or Target doesn't have a handy substitute? This, from the 23-yo "manager" of the entire store. Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean someone ain't out to gitcha! I smell evangelicals...because exactly the same thing happened at the Costco lab 5 miles away with THEIR 23-yo fem "manager"...on the same day...one in the am, one pm. But I know both labs were used often by a former neighbor who had swinger parties and had his film developed at both spots. The Costco "manager" was so indifferent that she didn't even go to photo and look over the problems, dismissing it out of hand...as did the Target "manager." Is someone up to something? That's too much coincidence, a denial of ordinary service without adequate grounds, indifference to a customer of long standing. The problem - other than greedy company policies - is that the 20-30yo generation do NOT know HOW to render ordinary service. You get good service from those 40-yo and older, but dreadfully bad among the young...that, added to Target's policy of employing what appears to be a high school graduate with a mop and bucket as a "manager" instead of a man in a suit with an office. ONE ITEM: pour over Target's web site...there is a category for everything imaginable except one: complaints. That is an IMMEDIATE red flag...and I do not do business stores.