A couplw of weeks ago, I was in Wegmans and along with my groceries I also purchased a bottle of Sake for which I was carded. This might not have been unjustified but I'm 62 years old and haven't been carded since I was 40, that in and of itself an outrage.
The law states you must be and look over 21, in order to purchase alcohol but come on people, carding some one just because they look under 40 is ***. I've seen 20 year olds who at best look about 25 but if they look over 25, chances are they are of legal age and now Wegmans has a new policy, to card everybnody regardless of age, is obserd to say the least. I complained about it and was told, thet were sorry that In felt that way and the a slight drop in sales was acceptable, but I told them the loss would be more then slight and then they really would be sorry, when they lost their jobs due to cut backs. This, it would seem is the beginning of the errosion of human rights, first be the loss of majarity rights, then civil rights then!!!
Corporate America has lost its' collective corporate mind.
I will never shop at Wegmans again. Why?
Because, I can go to any ABC store and buy Hard liquior hassle free, but not Wegmans, oh no. Their polocies outstrip the law and for this they will get sued many times.