Target.com Complaint

Target.com Complaint

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privacy invasion


Sirs: I object to your store policy of scanning my driver's license when buying wine this week at your store. I'm 64 years old and don't look like I'm 30, or less. I consider the scanning of my driver's license as an invasion of my privacy! I've never run into said request previously. Carding (looking at their ID to validate their age) someone under 30 is quite understandable. However, there is no excuse for your store's policy under any circumstances. Your company's need to police your employees should not infringe on my privacy, of that of any other shopper.

I will not be returning to your store. Walmart knows how to treat their customers with respect.


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Comments


may613 says: (6 years ago)
 0
The information obtained is merely to ensure the ID presented is not fake. The employee is to visually look at the ID, but only scanning it will identify if it is authentic by comparing the ID number with the DMVs database, linking only birthday, expiration date and the aforementioned ID number. Periodically, all employees are instructed to request identification from all customers both as a training aid and as a process improvement opportunity. Please do not miscontstrue their request as an insult, they are merely doing their job. If you choose to not shot there over such a trivial matter, then that is your perogative. Pretty soon, you won't be shopping anywhere, traveling anywhere, etc as everything is advancing technologically. This is NOT invasion of privacy....you may want to check out the laws and regulations before making that kind of remark.



lassiterjones says: (8 years ago)
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I had the same issue when buying computer software! I am a slighly pudgy, balding, white-haired man of 55, and neither the clerk nor the store manager (Target #96 in S. Austin, Texas) would allow me to make my cash purchase of over $100 without putting my drivers' license data into a database. I refused, and will not shop at Target again.




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