What the clerk said made Chu Xiaoxiao’s face redden with anger.
Chu Xiaoxiao slapped the counter, “What do you mean by that? Was the Chu household not good enough to drink your wine?”
That clerk maintained her professional smile, “Oh, certainly not, it’s just that the Chu Enterprise currently have quite a large debt on them, as well as the fact that they are currently borderlining bankruptcy. Please understand that we treat the safety of our members very seriously. We cannot allow just anybody to become our member, even if you have the money.”
Chu Xiaoxiao had been treated nicely ever since she was a child. Everywhere she goes, people respected her and doted her. Never before had she been slighted like this.
Though to be honest, even a normal person wouldn’t be able to take this kind of insult. If I didn’t know any better, for a split second I felt as if I was in one of those historical films, with peasants and nobles and frilly shirts, that was how haughty the clerk’s attitude and tone of voice had been.
Chu Xiaoxiao exploded in anger, “Get your manager. I will speak to him about this.”