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Friday, 09 November 2007 14:58

Confessions from GameStop

Written by David Stellmack

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Shift Supervisor spills the beans about policy


If you like the company that you work for, then you most likely don’t care to see its good name being dragged through the mud on the Internet. Well, an anonymous shift supervisor at the retailer, GameStop, has provided 28 confessions that might help shoppers better understand the company’s policies.

As someone who regularly shops at GameStop we found the information to be helpful. Much of the information is not published and does deal with many of the common problems that you might have when shopping at GameStop. We can’t say that we agree with everything in here, but it does pay to be informed.

Read all 28 confessions here.

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