SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hey all. I just started working as a pharmacy clerk/typist at Walgreens this past week. I FREAKIN LOVE THIS JOB! I think I got lucky because all the tech's and pharmacists are really cool. And the customers we get (mostly Russians and Chinese area) are CHEAP, but USUALLY very understanding and patient. Plus Walgreens system is very user friendly. ANYWAYS, back to topic. About once a shift, I get a guy (usually Mexicans) who specifically ask for 2 boxes of sudafed (or Wal-fed) OTC. Now my manager warned me about these meth labs and to deny sales when they ask for TWO boxes specifically. But I am a very nice guy who HATES confrontation, but at the same time, I have a responsibility to not "support" meth labs in MY neighborhood. So for all of you who experiences this, what do you tell them? I know some people ask for ID, some tell them to sign their name, and me personally, ask for a prescription whenever they ask for 2 boxes or more. Tell me some of your favorite/most effective ways for dealing with this sticky situation? ALSO, does anyone else feel like they're racially profiling these customers? I am very open-minded but it's getting to a point where if I see a Mexican guy walk in with an accent asking for 2 boxes of sudafed, I automatically think "METH LAB!" It's starting to make me feel like a bad person.