Hello, I visited the ThinkGeek store in Waterford Lakes, Orlando today around 2 pm. It was myself and my teenage daughter. When we walked in, We were greeted by two women that were standing together by the cash register. As soon We said hello after We were greeted they said something to each other and they started laughing pretty loud. I immediately felt that they were laughing at us and not about something else before we walked in (the entire situation was less than 2 minutes). I was extremely upset because as being the only ones at the store except another guy that was there in the back, we felt targeted by whatever they were talking about due to the way they did it. When I asked if the joke was about us they dispersed. My daughter walked out of the store and I followed. Never again, you lost business today. I called your customer service number and the guy clicked the computer as if he was typing so fast that even when I was in the middle of the story he has done finished typing which tells me he did not typed anything. Bad business, I guess it will be another kmart or whatever company felt thru because customer care if terrible. Linsky Epperson
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