One week ago I was called by Rick Williams the Supervisor of Service at Camping World of Mesa and he informed me that I could no longer go into his store. Mr. Williams gave no reason for this and it did not make sense. What did make sense is that his decision and pronouncement was retaliation for complaining to Camping Word Corporate Headquarters about the disservice at this particular location.
Rather than return to Camping World and complain to the manager of the local Mesa Camping World, who by the way seemed reasonable, knowledgeable and wise, I decided to refrain from entering their premises. I called Camping World Corporate back and I finally got a supervisor on the phone. I asked him whether Rick Williams had the authority to ban me from Camping World. Was I banned from all Camping World stores or just this Mesa location? Was I banned from the entire Camping World store in Mesa or merely the Camping World Service Department.
Moreover, I asked why Rick Williams took this action since it made no sense. I have work on my motor home’s roof that Camping World of Mesa did not do right from early November and barring my entry means that Camping World’s one year warranty on their work for that job is null and void!
When the fellow at Corporate called me back he informed me hesitatingly that their Service advisor Jessica Cosgrove (see attached PDF copy of her business card) felt she was sexually harassed! I almost busted out laughing but I kept my composure.
When all else fails make a false allegation of feeling “sexually harassed.” This is “reverse sexual harassment.” And it should be illegal. It certainly is bad practice. Think about how a female lied to Congress about Justice Kavanaugh and was never held to task for lying to Congress!
Certainly, I complimented Jessica Cosgrove. She was wearing ultra tight black yoga pants. It was raining and we both dislike having wet feet. I suggested coffee. Now, we are not talking about a young woman. This woman is old enough to tell me off, set me on my ear if she felt anything untowards. Rather, she thanked me and told me that my compliment ‘made her day.’
What a convenient way to side-step your responsibilities to your customer! Camping World did NOT do (complete) the job! Camping World did NOT diagnose the problem on a new Suburban tankless water heater that was under warranty! Instead, they charged me for work upon which they demonstrated incompetency and poor character as Camping World technicians are on commission and at first they wanted to change me $1,100 for a new system!
So, we have the female service advisor and her supervisor pulling the “sexual harassment card” in order to defraud me and deprive me. These folks at the Mesa Camping World can not be trusted–except to rip you off. Next, I will address insurance fraud at this particular Camping World location.