kay_depp wrote: »
Just tried to use a legit coupon for a free jar or marmite, emailed to me by marmite, and was refused in Sainsburys. Told, bluntly, "we don't accept printed coupons, 'cause theres so many scams", When I asked how then I was supposed to get a copy from my computer screen then, without printing it was told, "err we don't accept printed coupouns, contact marmite....."
wakeupalarm wrote: »
How are you supposed to know at what point its pushing the boundaries and at what point its breaking the law? Take the recent Honey Shreddies offer, I've used the coupon twice buying two packs of honey shreddies, There are several people who post of buying 30-40 packs, does that mean we've broken the law? Should I hand myself into the nearest police station?
rickbonar wrote: »
Why are we worrying about these voucher "fraudsters" if you can call it that.
Why aren't these supermarkets in the dock everytime they have a price on an item and charge more.
That's fraud .... real fraud...
And you know when they tear off the old price and reprice higher.... they all do that on a regular basis... that's fraud ... real fraud...
Why aren't the CEO of these companies being arrested and questioned. Also the process of issuing vouchers to pull in punters is a questionable practise too.
While we're at it what about the likes of Dr Fox and Mr Cameron and Mr Clegg.
Their fraudulent activities all swept under the carpet.... OK if you are a multi-millionaire eh!
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