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Author Topic: Colleague discount card - redundancy  (Read 11536 times)

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #25 on: 15-02-19, 07:00AM »

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #27 on: 15-02-19, 02:36PM »
Tesco IT at their Finest!

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #28 on: 19-02-19, 08:35AM »
Just a thought ORACLE and the hub working side by side hub was installed to monitor staff and now oracle george orwell wene he wrote 1984 should of called it tesco  ;D
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Classy Bird

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #29 on: 19-02-19, 02:20PM »
My discount stopped working days after I left

Mario99

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #30 on: 06-09-19, 09:12AM »
Hi All,

I'm a former Tesco Maintenance employee and I still have my colleague discount card (which has been working for nearly a year now). I have probably slipped through the net and thinking it will just continue for the foreseeable future. Has anyone had a similar experience and so I need to be wary of anything?

I do nearly all my shopping through Tesco, car insurance, house insurance, home delivery etc....

Cheers

Mario

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #31 on: 06-09-19, 09:16AM »
They might well identify at some point that you no longer qualify and remove the card from your possession or they'll probably turn a blind eye to it and carry on regardless.

Needless to say when I was in Express someone who left well over 12 months ago... Their Mum still visited and despite numerous emails etc to the relevant departments it still worked  ???.

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Re: Colleague discount card - redundancy
« Reply #32 on: 06-09-19, 10:47AM »
I would be concerned about them wanting the money back it can rack up if you use it often, it is after all fraud which you are aware is happening.