One-third of Americans feel bullied by sales associates

A survey conducted by Credit.com found that 31 percent of American shoppers feel bullied when a store clerk asks if they would like to open a store credit card. Shoppers do not seem to like the pressure handed down, especially around the holidays. In fact, almost half, 49 percent, regret their decision to open a card during the holiday season and 57 percent avoid returning to a store where they were bullied. Story

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