This is my closest store, and usually the employees are nice here. But my latest experience here has been the worst customer service that I've ever received. I decided to do self checkout because I had other obligations. My total was around $3, and I inserted four $1 bills. The machine still asked me for more money because I guess the last bill didn't read. I told the attendant that I inserted $4, and she was not helpful whatsoever. She acted like she didn't believe me and that I still needed to put more money in because I was an idiot that didn't know how to count. I told her to check the cameras then. So she finally called someone to come help me. Honestly, I could've put in more money and be out of there because I needed to be somewhere, but I was too upset about how she reacted to me that I wanted to prove her wrong. When someone came, they opened up the machine and found that a dollar bill had been chewed up by the machine and didn't register. I asked her if this happened often and she said yes. How come this attendant didn't know this, and chose to make me feel like I was stupid instead of just checking the machine like this other person did? This all could've been avoided if she did the right thing and believed me. I guess "the customer is always right" doesn't apply here. The girl who check the machine apologized, and so did the attendant after she gave me my receipt, but it was a little too late. I left the store so upset over her attitude that my wife had to try to calm me down. Now I understand that there are a lot of people out there that try to pull one over on these stores, but this was over $1 and the initial reaction by this employee really upset me because no longer was I a customer, I felt like an idiot or someone who was trying to get away with paying the extra 21 cents. I mean seriously? I think that this particular employee could've treated me with a little bit more respect and give me the benefit of the doubt. Unfortunately, she didn't.