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Thumbs up - City mall & Carrefour security

Most of Jordanians are aware of the rudeness, randomness and the low level that Mecca mall security have, they would let a teenager get it but not a decent 35 years old man (whom wife is waiting for him inside) and many other stories ending up with the unreasonably big fight they made three months ago.


On the other side, Carrefour & City mall security are just awesome people, maybe because they have to deal with different class of people, at least teenagers wouldn't be interested in Virgins or the quite coffee shops at the mall nor they are responsible for family shopping but seriously their security folks are amazing.

Why City mall & Carrefour security are so amazing?

  1. They always tend to smile

  2. They are polite especially those who scan your car looking for cookies.

  3. They have a uniform; you can tell if this person is a security and has the right to stop you or not unlike Mecca mall gangsters

  4. They seems to be well trained, they know what they're doing and they know how to deal with people even with those 24hr angry people




I wish Mecca Mall could apply same approach, a trained security team with a smile not a gangster of fake body building team.



[tags] mall security,rudeness,randomness,mecca,35 years,three months,old man,teenager [/tags]

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