Senior HTF Member
- Aug 13, 2000
Unfortunately, I haven't. There's a title I want to pick up, but I haven't gotten a coupon in the mail in a while.
If I suspected any store I bought DVDs from were using a similar tracking method, they would lose my business immediately!
Not all consumer tracking results in a malevolent outcome. Most of the time, retailers simply want to see what their inventory levels are and what needs to be stocked. If Best Buy wants to track my purchases so they can keep a better inventory of Criterions around, then I'm all for it.
Trust me, David, Kroger could give a rat's ass if you eat meatloaf. The government reporting agency for meatloaf control was shut down in 1995, and they haven't interred any families for buying meatloaf ingredients since 1994. (You should worry a lot more about the tracking device they attached to your car while you were inside Kroger. )