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Customer overcharged for sale items at Giant supermarket; cashier retorts “That’s not my problem”

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A customer at supermarket chain Giant’s Woodlands North Plaza outlet has reported that he had been overcharged for sale items he had purchased at the store. When he confronted the cashier who served him, she allegedly retorted nonchalantly, “that is not my problem.”

Urging the supermarket chain to look into the matter, the customer Kevin Raja took to Facebook to share his sour experience of being overcharged for bedding he had though was on sale:

“Misled by Giant woodlands blk 883.. goods priced $6 & $8 and charged $10 when purchasing. Salesgirl replied ‘that is not my problem’. Its not that we cant pay the extra $2.. but its wrong to mislead customers. Giant, please wake up.”

Misled by Giant woodlands blk 883.. goods priced $6 & $8 and charged $10 when purchasing. Salesgirl replied 'that is not…

Posted by Kevin Raja on Monday, 13 November 2017

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