I was at a shop checkout today. There I initiated in contact with the person. I said "Hey" with a smile and was simply ignored for whatever reason. They treated everyone else with respect, but me. I don't get it, I was dressed a little nicer than usual, so it couldn't be an appearance thing. And I wasn't aggressive or rude, so I really don't understand? Does anyone else feel like receptionists and cashiers treat everyone equally and respectfully but them? I mean it's not like I'm asking for special treatment, just to be treated the same and to actually be served... you know like what their job entails.(I was ignored completely one time and not served at all.) Well then, anyone want to give advice on how to actually communicate to cashiers and receptionists? I know people have bad days and all that and people can be in layman terms "absolute shitheads". I worked as a cashier before too, but if someone's nice to me, I'm nice to them back. Keep in mind I'm talking about the ones nice to everybody else but you types. So you see, I really don't understand.... it's not an attitude problem and it's not an attire problem... THEN WHAT IS IT??????