Trader K's Reviews (1)
Review: On or about Wednesday, February 27th, 2013, at approximately 12:15 pm, I, [redacted], was informed by an employee of Trader K’s, named “[redacted]”, that, unlike everyone else, I, specifically, was not allowed to sell any clothing at their store due to an “allegation” that I “allegedly” sold clothes in which I “allegedly” obtained from a non-profit organization called [redacted] which donates clothes and other services to people of need.
First, I was not accused of stealing from [redacted]. Supposedly, there were some clothing items which were apparently similar to some clothes in which I received from [redacted] that I sold to Trader K’s. How can this be proved? And, furthermore, how does this preclude me from selling clothes to Trader K’s? Let’s assume for arguments sake that I did receive some clothing items from [redacted] and that I did sell them to Trader K’s, where is the crime in that? And, in light of that, once a person receives clothes from [redacted], they, the recipient, can do whatever they wish to do with the clothes once they leave [redacted]. How can it be proved that I did or didn’t sell clothes in which I received from [redacted] to Trader K’s? it can’t, either way. So, therefore, I am being unfairly discriminated against by Trader K’s.
Secondly, I have never once stolen anything from Trader K’s, nor have I ever been rude, disruptive, and or disrespectful while in Trader K’s. The employees who work at Trader K’s have never once had any problems with me whatsoever. So, basically, if someone were to accuse me of stealing from Trader K’s without any verifiable proof, I would of course be banned from even coming to Trader K’s. There is no proof at all of any wrong doing on my part or even that I did what I am being accused of insofar as my “allegedly” receiving clothes from [redacted] and then selling them to Trader K’s. Isn’t a person innocent until proven guilty?
The Revdex.com spoke with the consumer today and he has stated that he should be allowed buy and sell clothing there and be treated fairly like everyone else is.
[redacted] gives out clothes to people in need. [redacted] contacted us and asked us if these people are selling the clothes to our store. They actually came to our store and looked through our clothing and found clothing that had been given to the consumers just the day before.
We were informed by [redacted] that the consumer is selling clothes that were given to them, and asked us to not accept the clothes anymore. The consumers told us that [redacted] has stated the consumer can sell the clothes to us, so we asked them for a letter from [redacted] stating such and they have not provided one.