I am a newer Wisconsin resident that moved from Minnesota. I had been shopping at County Market a lot, and using my Minnesota check book (the account was switched over to my new address, but I still had a few checks to use up). So I would shop at County Market, which seems like any other grocery store, nothing great about it. I would stop by after work, or on my day off; sometime I would write my check out for extra so I would have extra cash (which I had done a few times). Then today I went there, I shopped for groceries, stopped at the pharmacy, then to a register. At the register I met a cashier, Elsie T.. As I finished up writing my check she tried to take it from me, I quickly riffled through my wallet and said "I'm getting my I.D.", she said you don't need that. She was slow at the check process, so I finished bagging my items. The next customer honed in on the payment area, so I was left talking to Elsie T. from a little distance. She said in front of the other customer she needed a manager, I said ok and finished up. Then a manager comes by the name of, "Jeff". He proceeds to tell me that they do not accept checks from Minnesota for over the amount. I responded with, "I came in here last week and wrote a check out for extra". He looked at me like I was a criminal and talked down to me. He could not give me a reason why they took my check last week but won't today. Was it a change in policy (in a week's time) or was this manager "Jeff" discriminating against customers. Treating some customers good, by not all. And what happened to the old saying that the customer is always right? After this degrading experience I wrote up a customer comment card, and call the store supervisor only to be ignored. The truth is that the County Market in Hudson, WI does not care about their customers; especially manager Jeff and cashier Elsie T.