Parents spend a lot of time talking to their kids about spending money wisely, budgeting and saving for the future. But I bet very little is mentioned about how to stand up for yourself, negotiate with the person behind the cash register and resolve a problem with a purchase.
Parents spend a lot of time talking to their kids about spending money wisely, budgeting and saving for the future. But I bet very little is mentioned about how to stand up for yourself, negotiate with the person behind the cash register and resolve a problem with a purchase. File photo by Tim Lee The News & Observer
Parents spend a lot of time talking to their kids about spending money wisely, budgeting and saving for the future. But I bet very little is mentioned about how to stand up for yourself, negotiate with the person behind the cash register and resolve a problem with a purchase. File photo by Tim Lee The News & Observer

Let your kids handle customer service problems

February 20, 2015 12:00 AM