This review has nothing to do with the staff but the strange policy change at Chronic solutions in Lynnwood. It seems in order to make a purchase, the cashier must scan a persons drivers license or passport through a computer cash register which is, of course, connected to a network.
In my opinion CS only needs to know that I am of legal age and that I have legal tender to pay for it. There would be no need for a recreational marijuana store to know my full name, address, hair color, eye color, height, and race, in order to purchase recreational marijuana . I do not see any disclosure in the store guaranteeing that Chronic solutions security is up to standards and that Chronic solutions will NOT sell my information. This act I believe is data mining and I feel very uncomfortable shopping in that store or any other store, that scans any customer's drivers license or passport and sends it through a network, with no guarantee that the purposes are not for other than data mining.
I have decided to no longer shop at chronic solutions and I did not make purchase that day either when given the ultimatum to either allow my personal ID to be scanned into a network for purchasing recreational marijuana or not. The cashier was very polite so this is not a criticism of the staff by no means, but I drove further in order to secure my privacy.