(Closed) Scanning Code of Practice

posted 6 years ago in The Lounge
  • poll: Would you make use of the scanning code of practice if possible?
    Yes : (5 votes)
    71 %
    No : (0 votes)
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  • Post # 3
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    Buzzing Beekeeper

    I used to work in a grocery store for 5 years and we had signs up for this practice. TBH, I did not mind when people asked for it b/c the store should be diligent enough not to have things wrong in the system.

    Sometimes customers would take advantage and start demanding more than the $10 – ie if a $29.99 bag of diapers scanned wrong they would want them entirely free. (Then again lots of customers will complain about anything, ugh).

    Funny thing, Darling Husband and I went to a Best Buy Mobile store to buy an iPod mini for his brother last year. They had the scanning code of practice all over their cash, the iPod scanned wrong and they refused to honour it claiming that “Apple is different, they don’t do price adjustments”. Darling Husband complained big time and said it’s not up to Apple and eventually asked for a manager to get the $10 back.

    For me, I don’t say anything unless it’s a big difference.  If it’s just a dollar it’s not usually worth my time.

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