I dropped my uncles debt card and picked it up, a customer reported me as a thief, my friend used the card, we forgot cigarettes, I went back to get them, entered the correct pin, and got carded+detained and escorted outside, they took the card and charged for the cigarettes. It was a black manager and I feel like I have been racially discriminated because I'm white. They claimed I had the wrong pin but I have the record of it being charged, it was humiliating pls inform me on what I can do
These facts don't support a sound lawsuit. Stuff happens. Move on.
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The best thing to do is move on. From what I can make of your facts, they do not form a basis for any viable legal claims. I am sorry.
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