LadyDee wrote: »
I can't imagine many drivers being happy with the responsibility of being given free rein of somebody's empty home. How can they be sure that the odd "customer" won't see this as a golden opportunity to claim something is missing? Sure as eggs is eggs there will be those who will.
On the other side of the coin, how will Waitrose ensure their drivers can be trusted. They will have to cover any claims for losses or damage as the customers' insurers certainly won't.
ben501 wrote: »
Won't make a difference for many Waitrose customers. Just let the butler sort out the shopping.:p
sarah1972 wrote: »
They will be wearing cameras which is what they do in the US according to the paper.
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