That Costco employee won't stop FORCING me into upgrading into the Executive membership!!?
OH MY GOD! I already wrote on my card" NO EXECUTIVE MEMEMSHIP PLEASE!" and some cashiers still doesn't get the hint and dare to bug me about the freaking memebership. And i am really tired of explaining my situation in front of everyone waiting in the line that i don't want to because once i sign up for the Executive membership then yall want me to sign up for the credit card, and i have a bad credit because was the cosigner of my bother's car loan and he didn't pay the loan so now my credit is BAD. I don't wanna say all this in front of strangers. Like omg what should i do?? I'm asian can i just pretend i don't speak english? will that be too rude? or should i just pretend i am deaf? can someone please teach me a POLITE but FIRM way of of saying no? Better yet a polite way of saying " B**ch, listen, if u don't shut the F up now i will beat u up cuz i'm about to get violent!"
Every time it's like i keep saying " it's not for me, i'll pass, but thank you." then they will drag me into a counter to show me how much i spend. blah blah blah.
- CogitoLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Be assertive! Just say, "No, thank you," and ask that they simply ring up your purchases as you're in a hurry. Don't get 'dragged' anywhere. Just don't go with them.
- EdnaLv 71 month ago
If the cashier asks you to upgrade your membership, just say "no" or "not interested" and let it go at that. Many times, cashiers are offered a bonus for everyone new that they can sign up; so (from the cashier's point of view), it doesn't hurt to ask.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Go to a diff costco
- PearlLv 72 months ago
just tell them youre not interested
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- 2 months ago
"Not today, I'm in a hurry." Anything else they say, same answer.
Most places, the cashiers are required to ask that question, and do the whole follow-up if you don't cut them off. They get in trouble if they don't. If it helps, s/he's probably even more sick of asking people than you are of being asked.
Instead of 'in a hurry,' you can try "I've heard the whole pitch, please skip it." I've had some success with that.
- RPLv 72 months ago
If a simple, "no thank you", doesn't work, get over it.
- JJLv 52 months ago
Just politely decline the executive membership
- CaraLv 72 months ago
Just say "No, thank you" and don't allow yourself to be dragged away and bullied.
- frombrumLv 72 months ago
go somewhere else
- audreyLv 72 months ago
Shop somewhere else.