A SHOPPER found the love of his life during a chat with a Target customer service rep but social media users are concerned that the staffer may lose his job.
Jonah Taylor, of Pennsylvania, contacted the online support team when he learned that one of his records had been damaged in the mail.
The 20-year-old messaged to see if he could get a replacement and met Pablo, who lives in California, in the online chat support room.
The Target rep promised to send a replacement record and said “Bye” as the query was resolved.
Taylor then said: “Bye Bestie” before the staffer replied: “You really made my day! Thanks.”
The record collector then asked the rep if he was single.
The staffer replied: “To tell you something, yes I’m single. I guess God has a plan for me.”
Then, the pair discussed if they used social media before Pablo said Instagram was his “main” app.
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In a second video, the pair then played a few games of Skribbl – which is similar to Pictionary.
Taylor said: “I’m so happy. We’re already planning our next date.”
Social media users are concerned that the staffer could lose his job following the exchange which has gone viral.
Pablo told Buzzfeed: “For everyone asking, you do not have to worry: I’m not going to be fired, but I truly appreciate all of your concerns.”
The staffer thought the exchange online was “hilarious”.
Meanwhile, Taylor told the outlet that he always tries to be kind to staffers.
He said: “When he told me that I made his day, simply by just being kind to him, I knew I had to talk to him some more!”
Taylor said that the exchange has also changed his perspective on dating.
He said: “Never in a million years did I think I could meet someone in such an unconventional way, so now I believe that you can meet ‘the one’ anywhere, given the right circumstances!”
The Sun has approached Target for comment.
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