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Press & Media
« on: 28-02-10, 01:19PM »
Members may have noticed an addition to the home page, a contact link for any Media or Press enquiries. We would like to assure members that by enabling a first and direct contact with the team that this is only to help us, as far as we possibly can, verify real enquiries and weed out any that may be trying to contact members with ulterior motives. As always, your safety and anonymity is our main concern.

Some questions you may have regarding VLH and the press/media are answered here.

Is VeryLittleHelps.com affiliated  in any way to Tesco?
No, VLH is an independent site owned by individual(s), supported financially by VLH Supporters and run by volunteers.

Do Tesco management or higher have input on the site?
Not by design, but if someone joins as an individual, we must accept them for who they say they are. However 'spoilers' are usually spotted quite quickly.

Why the anonymity concerns?
You are kidding right?

Does VLH have an agenda?
Definitely, yes. It is to allow members to ask other members questions which they may be to scared or embarrassed to ask at work, to pass on help and counsel.

Is VLH anti Tesco?
Certainly not, the majority of members on the site are employed by Tesco and are interested in stability and improvement, but not at a cost to H&S or jobs. At first the site may appear to be anti Tesco, but the vast majority of forums end up with quite a balanced view expressed.

Would VLH assist with covert enquiries?
Definitely  not! This would be an individual decision and VLH would not condone or encourage members participation in such undertakings.
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