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QuoteTesco said there will be no requirement for workers availing of the leave to submit proof of abuse
QuoteTesco faced the wrath of thousands of families after a nationwide IT issue led to delivery orders being cancelled and long delays for their refunds.The supermarket giant was hit with hundreds of complaints after it admitted "a large number of orders" were cancelled, with customers offered an alternative slot due to the IT issue.
QuoteThe UK's largest retailer has written to its suppliers explaining the new charges, are being brought in to help cover the cost of serving customers online as its digital operations grow and become more complex.As reported by The Grocer, the fees will be coming into effect on 13 March, and Tesco said any suppliers who don't comply with the new fees could face the threat of range reviews or reduced prices.
Quote"What if there was a family filling up on their way to Tesco and only had £120 left in their bank and then went to try and do a food shop and couldn't pay?
Quote from: lucgeo on 16-03-23, 02:29PM Adding to the above What of those who've filled up on the forecourt, but have insufficient funds in their accounts to meet the set £120 charge, and their card is declined Are they then classed as a drive off? What of those struggling to pay bills with prepayment meters who now don't have enough to top up for their heat and light! This is a prime example of some dimwit in head office, dreaming up another ludicrous idea, and probably getting rewarded with a pat on the back and a bonus
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