Monday, April 27, 2015


Goodmorning, Today is Monday, April 27th, 2015. And as I promised myself, today will be the first of weekly blogs for the consumer. It is called: "Consumers Corner" It will be one day a week addressing concerns of consumers in the stores, doctor offices, car dealers and the like. It is important that not only should we know our rights, but we should also stay informed and use the wisdom that God has given us. Starting at the age of 11 following my mother's footsteps, the (late Birdtrice J. Smith)...Consumer Rights was one of my fights. In these blogs we will talk about your right to be treated with respect as a customer/patient. But it will also remind us that to get respect, we too Must be respectful. So stay tuned. Today's Consumer Corner is below: God Bless You. "THERE'S SOMETHING SMELLING...IN DENMARK" When you enter your grocery store, what greets you first, a greeter or the smell from the back of the store? Do not be fooled, a Dead Cow or Chicken should not be the one to meet you as soon as you walk in. Just like urine should not meet you on your way in the door when you visit a loved one in a nursing home. Do Not put up with that. Please go immediately to that store manager or director and address it peacefully. It is very important to develop a relationship with the management of the store that you frequent. And if a peaceful conversation does not work, go to the next step, go to the corporation who owns the store. No help there?...Then go to: and file a complaint. No one should have to put up with bad food, and a dirty store. That's Your Money that you are putting into that store. That's Your family who you are feeding from that store. And if when you do address the manager, don't fall for no quick answers like somebody spilled something in the back. Speak up. And let me close with this. I see this a lot in the inner cities. For you may have a store that may be the only store within miles of your home, and I have walked in these stores and have saw filth. Do not let them think that because your choices are slim that you have to deal with that mess.. Report them! You are the consumer...You are the boss! And to those Large Chains like Kroger, Meijer Spartan Stores and the like...I am watching You. when I pick up a pack of chicken or pork chops, I should not have to see old dried blood, or a meat shelf that looks like it has not been cleaned in years. And guess what?...It Smells! You better get your act together! My four and two year old granddaughters can do a better job of cleaning that up! So, is something smelling in Denmark at your store? Demand a Clean up, Report it, and if to no avail..Shut it Down!. And Never Shop there again until it's Fixed! Blessings, PastorD

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