Just recently i have been letting my 13 y/o daughter go to the mall with friends. I make sure she has enough money for what she wants to buy, and a coffee as she is a big girl now- lol, --She loves pac-sun clothes and accessories, and was so exited to go this pass weekend with her best friend; she came home so sad, because she was followed by some employees, like she was a thief; she told me that there were more than 2 following her, this a 13 y/o petite, slender little girl. She ended buying something so she could show them that she had money to spend. She felt so humiliated, and threatened by those people following her, inches from her personal space; is doubtfull she will go back there. My daughter is well raised, top of her class, and for an immigrant, I make more money then the average citizen. I wish with all my heart that this doesn't happen to any other kid, specially around this time of the year. As it is for me, I had a 100's of dollars xmass list for her and her friends, that i will be happy to spend somewhere else. If i told my best friend about this place, i'd say: don't go there they are not very friendly, in fact they are rather intimidating.
Posted: 12/11/2011 • Last edited: 12/12/2011 • Link to this review