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I came into the Lowes in Elyria Ohio for a simple request. To exchange a bottle of Primo water.

I had a manufacturers coupon FROM LOWES to get $5 off an EXCHANGE.

First off, I waited in line to be told that I need to go to another register because they had to do a tax exempt for a welfare recipient. I went to another line and had to wait for the employee to figure out how to turn on the register, after he found the manager he had to cancel the previous transaction or something.

After all of this, they told me they cannot use coupons with water exchanges. Why give coupons that you can't honor?

Lowes, you just lost a long time customer over $5.

Monetary Loss: $5.

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Anonymous
Walnut Creek, California, United States #665404

Welfare huh, can't drink tap or well water like the rest of us.

Anonymous
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States #665333

I have never heard of any type of welfare that is tax exempt. You more than likely misunderstood, in your anger. Non-profits get tax exempt status if it is for use in their agency, and people that are buying for resale, like in a concession stand or whatever are tax exempt.

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