Elaine_Wilson wrote: »
Why can't the system allow me to put my own bags on the packing area before I start so that I could pack the items straight away?
dmg24 wrote: »
Why would you do that, other than to be difficult? Maybe the reason the assistants on self service are miserable (and I agree that they do tend to be) is because of people like you?
Becles wrote: »
It does in Asda. The machine asks if you are using your own bags before you start scanning. If you are, it tells you to put all the bags in the weighing area and it resets itself and you can start scanning straight into your bags.
Driver8 wrote: »
Indeed he doesn't, but he was close enough to get an ear bashing about the damned things what do not work. What happened to customer service?When i go into a store i expect to be served by a human being earning a living not have to do it myself on some infernal machine what invariably does not work. I am not a checkout operator and nor should anyone else be unless they are being paid for it.
Supermarkets make billions of profit every year and they put those damned things in to make even more money and do people out of jobs.
FizzleWizzleUK wrote: »
I have to agree about the staff who work around these 'self serve' tills in tesco. Not always in the best of moods!
mountainofdebt wrote: »
Mind you I often find in Tescos that when I go to a staffed checkout, even when it is obvios that I've used my own bags, the operator 'forgets' to put on my green points
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