Jules62 wrote:The 'Tesco Promise' clearly states:
"If things don’t add up…
"In the unlikely event that we charge you more than the price shown on the shelf or on the product at the time of purchase, we’ll give you double the difference."
Next time hold them to their promise.
Paramount wrote:After shopping at the above yesterday noticed cashier had charged a higher price than advertised on 3_items ...plus charged me for a lemon that never existed. It was in fact an orange broken loose from a hole in netting bag of 5 Jaffa oranges which cashier had already charged for. My main concern is that if a product is advertised at a certain price that is what one pays..otherwise it could be construed as misrepresentation of the correct pricing which surely conflicts legally with advertisements policy. The Manager couldnt seem to see this and opined that my refund was a goodwill gesture. If this happened in Waitrose the goodwill gesture would have included a £10 gift card. I feel loathe to shop in this Tesco again... I await to hear from head office but won't hold my breath...anyone else have similar issues with supermarkets generally?
Paramount wrote:I persisted with these would be fiddlers .
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