Kohls has away about making honest people out to be shoplifters. I went in to the store today in hopes of finding something to buy with my gift card. I found a few items I wanted to try on and went in the fitting room. Well, the clothing didn't fit right. So, I decided to leave the clothing in the fitting room. I continued to shop around and found a shirt I liked. No UPC on the item. I waited for the manager and cashier to find something that could be used to make that purchase happen. Paid for the shirt and left for another store.
Not even 10 minutes after I left did they call the police and accuse me of shop lifting. The police came into the other store and searched me and found nothing from Kohls on me. I never shop lift. It seems that their Loss Prevention guy is a ***!. Nothing to back up his claim'. Their manager "Carole" is even worse.. She couldn't give a *** if I was a customer that shopped at that location for almost 14 years?. This is not the first time I have had problems at Kohls either".
The time before that, I went in to buy Christmas presents for my little nephew and nieces,. I overheard the cashier saying how he wanted to get drunk and how much he didn't want to be there?. Really? Is this the way Kohls teaches their associates to treat customers? I guess that the customer is always right and that honesty goes a long way is not true at this store location/. Needless to say, I will not shop at the Kohls on 120th and Sheridan (in Westminster, Colorado) again!