https://www.cointalk.com/threads/more-news-on-coin-shortage.364113/#post-46751050) awhile back and yesterday, I finally made a trip to town and took almost $100 worth of rolled coins, 1¢, 5¢, 25¢, to them. Being a Saturday, the assistance manager that asked me to bring in my coins, rolled or not, was not there. I explained to the girl at the customer service counter that I had been asked to bring in my coins as I was told they were hurting for them. I was told, "No. We can't accept rolled coins." I insisted I was doing this as a favor to them due to the coin shortage. I had her call her supervisor over and was told the same thing. They then had a "private" conversation that I could easily overhear. She told the clerk to tell me to bring them back on Monday. I immediately said, "That ain't gonna happen." and explained once more that I was asked to bring coins in and if I left with them, they would never see them again. They called the assistant store manager (not much older than my underwear) over and I again had to explain the situation. He told the girls to run the coins through the coin machine and pay me for them. Hell, why did I waste my time and paper rolls to count and roll them? Anyway, they paid me $99.00 and I went shopping. Talk about a slap in the face. Never again will I do them a "favor" like this. Anyone else have similar experiences?