I made a in app purchase at Starbucks and when I attempted to get product I paid for I was discriminated against by an employee and manager .I even got it on video.
You should hire an attorney with knowledge of discrimination and harassment laws to make sure your claim or lawsuit is properly filed.
People often confuse the meaning of discrimination. You should make sure the conduct will meet the legal standard of discrimination. The employee and manager's conduct must be based on and connected to your race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, primary language, citizenship, immigration status, disability, mental or physical, sex, gender (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical condition, genetic information, or marital status. Being rude or demeaning is not discrimination.
If you cannot find an attorney to take your case, you can still file a claim against the business establishment under the Unruh Civil Rights Act. This is the link to follow to file on your own: https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/complaint-process/file-a-complaint/.
Without an attorney, the main downside is your might not state all the necessary facts for the government agency to investigate the case. I hope that answers your question.
These companies never learn. A few more details needed.
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