If a person did not shoplift but was suspected as attempting to shoplift, and the store manager revoke his Sam's club membership after the person left store. The person came back to the store to ask for membership after he was aware it, but he was notified that he attempted to shoplift and asked to leave the store. Is there anyway for the person to get the membership reinstated?
Good question. You must really like Sam's Club. I would first look at the membership contact that you signed allowing you your original membership. It may contain provisions you need to follow to reinstate your membership. You may need an attorney to assist you with this. Good luck.
Nope. Other than perhaps meeting with that manager and trying to clear the air. There must be other places you can shop.
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Sam's club can decide who they do or do not want as members, and their actions against you would be sufficient reason to deny you membership. As a private company, there is no way to force them to reinstate your membership. Go to Walmart or Costco instead.
Sam's has the right to refuse service to anyone. It apparently chose to exercise that right here.
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