I was approached by a salesperson/represantative while strolling through Fremont Street in Las Vegas. I said "no" several times, but he pressed, even blocking me from walking away.
I figured no big deal, I will hear the sales pitch, but told him that I had no intention of buying the product.
He applied the product to my eye, and I listened to his sales pitch. By this time, I am fairly sure I had already declined to buy the product at least 6 times, but he persisted, even to the point of blocking my path to the exit.
When he finally accepted that I was not going to buy the product, he began asking personal questions about how much money I make, whether my husband treats me well, and even about my sex life and my kids. He said that I should not visit Las Vegas if I did not have enough money for the product he was trying to sell. (Money was not the problem; rather, I simply had no interest in buying it.)
He told me that I did not deserve to look and feel good about myself. Having no other options, I finally pushed past him and left the store.
Are they so desperate for a sale that they feel they must insult people who do not buy their product?
Reason of review: Poor customer service.