I found 4 ps3 games and a couple turtle beach headphones for Xbox 360. Since then they are picky on what to throw out or just throw away actual trash and not stuff from gamestop. The employee saw me one time and gave me dirty look. If someone on here works for gamestop I just want a honest answer on why gamestop hates divers.
I don't work for gamestop but I am sure they don't want you getting hurt. And don't tell me how terrifically careful you are. It just takes one broken bottle or sharp metallic edge.
Let's properly reword your answer to parallel reality. They don't want the diver to get hurt (probably don't really care either way) because the dumpster diver may ... #sigh ... sue the Gamestop for medical costs/consequences, etc....
The individual employees won't likely directly lose any money but they may in theory lose their job if the dumpster diver wins her or his insanely frivolous lawsuit which (in low probability) ends up closing the store because of bad publicity and/or rising insurance costs.