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do the Wal-Mart employees have rights not to show their policy to the U.S. visitor who is tying to pay with his international card? and refuse to accept his international card because he does not have a U.S. passport or ID
Yes it was Visa and we also showed them the original passport from the country of origin
First of all we were not buying any alcohol, so when she told me about her strange policy I asked her if she can show me that paper, and she refused and called police who were on her side and told me that i have to leave the store.
ok Joseph what about the proof. I really dont have anything to prove it. What are your suggestion?
I am not sure if there any witnesses and if there any they all were workers which means they are going to take the store side, concerning the security cameras what if they don't have audio. and above all the person i spoke with in the store ( by the way she was the manager) she said I made such a scene that whole store stopped functioning for 45 min.
Well the thing is that I did not stop the store from functioning that's how the maneger said trying making it my fault. And police they did not escort me, they were just trying to settle the problem with out even trying to understand it. So my final question is "Is it worth it to go to attorney and pay for consultation and open the case?"
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