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Like with other PII (city / zip code) that stores started to ask1 when cashing out, I quickly found a way out when asked my email. I started with a (true) excuse: I'm sorry but can't use a professional email, or share it for this. When the clerck wouldn't pick up the clue ("you won't get my email anyway..."), and ask for a private email, I'd just add (...


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I deal with these by saying no thankyou as though they had offered me something. I used to do this for my phone number (also postal code, which a lot of stores used to ask) and I do it now for my email. Once in a while the cashier says something like "I'm sorry?" meaning they don't understand my declining, or they push a little saying "I need your email"...


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I completely understand what you are talking about, I also need breaks between social interactions. Lets call our introverted girl, Emma. she had two close friends, Kathy and Sharon. Both Kathy and Sharon were very extroverted and the three friends spent many happy times together, but it was much more draining on Emma to socialize for long periods of time ...


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