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Re: CUSTOMERS ARE:
« Reply #20 on: March 11, 2004, 02:15:07 PM »
Ron
I would vote for a cash line, but checks, IMO, are just as time consuming as credit cards, if not more.   :)

Routine: Get the total, open the purse, find the check book, then write in to who, the date, the amount, sign and then get the two forms of id out, and finally get the receipt.
???

If I use a check, I write out everything ahead of time except for the amount (wish they had a check printer that would fill that in), and have identification ready to show. But, I don't like lines either.

(And I too like the personal attention of the cashier, not to have her (him) chit-chatting with a fellow worker while ringing up my items, and ignoring me completely. I sometimes want to have a stick or "hog slapper" to whap down hard on the counter just to get their attention. ;D  )
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