" If I do not have the shop Monday morning at 6:01 AM CST, I will be reassigning and issuing 2 citations to SASSIE on your behalf, one for the initial drop and 1 for the extensions and drop"
My fellow shopper got this and was upset,called me to ask me what to do. I said I don't respond to threats; I would not do the shop and eat the loss of time and money.
The company was SPG
"If I do not have the shop Monday morning at 6:01 AM CST, I will be reassigning and issuing 2 citations to SASSIE on your behalf, one for the initial drop and 1 for the extensions and drop"...
It's not very motivating that's for sure!
Agreed, recently I had a shop that I completed and when I went to enter it, I could not find my receipt anywhere. I looked and looked. I emailed the scheduler and told them I had finished the shop but could not find my receipt. I told him I would find it and enter. The shop fell off my list the next day so I emailed and asked if they could possible put it back on because I had found the receipt. His message was as follows "the shop is back on your list, it HAS to be put in TODAY". I didn't take it as a threat at all but a we are being nice because you are a good shopper but if you don't get it in, to bad"
My response would be to roll my eyes since the chance of me flaking on my shop is slim to none. I would have to be too sick to move or dead.
Why should a shopper need to be "motivated" to do a job they willingly agreed to do? Some folks act like MSCs are supposed to be our parents or teachers or friends. This is business. The MSC is your customer not your forgiving mommy or daddy. Do the job you agree to do and do it on time. Don't whine about MSCs frustrated with your failure, or look for motivation from your own customers. You have it all backwards.
Another uncalled for snarky comment. At least use your own material, if you have to make snide comments!