They likely do not take checks since, checks are an older form of currency, and you really wouldn't accept a check from just anyone. Everything in form of payment has basically gone plastic. If you get a bad check, you're stuck with a lot of hassle. Most people that have checking accounts, have a debit card for that account.<quoted text>These are the most arrogant, rudest people I know. I quit going there a long time ago. I don't know how these people expect to run a business. GOODBYE, MONKEY PUNCH, you will run your own self out of business. Oh, and by the way, they can't take checks. Wonder what's up with that? Trying to cheat the IRS. I have no problem writing checks anywhere else. Go figure.
And if they wanted to cheat the IRS, they wouldn't have a barcode system set up there to log their transactions or keep track of inventory. To cheat the IRS, it would be a simple as their counter accepting cash, and not reporting profit for that item.
I do though, agree with Monkey Punch's arrogance. There is a lot of arrogance from some of the workers. There is usually one good egg out of the rotten bunch. I absolutely hate how if you trade in a game, they get on Amazon and look up what they accept for trade in values right in front of you. Sure that is how they know how much to offer, but it really just seems unprofessional from the consumer side of the counter. Even worse when they slightly undercut what Amazon offers and you see the price.
Their prices are also pretty bad on some of their services. Some of their games are priced really well.
There are pros and cons for any business. Monkey Punch could be so much more popular if they just made the customers feel valued and were friendly to them. Also wouldn't hurt to slide on prices on repairs for returning customers. That little shop used to get packed whenever I went in there.