Evianers Posted January 8, 2016 Share Posted January 8, 2016 We tend to shop in Lidl because of value for money, as well as high turnover, meaning fresh.But after repeatedly warning other forum members to be careful and check their receipts, we had yet another nasty experience yesterday.Bought 12 items with TWO mistakes [in their favour of course] in the bill : on special offer 1 kg Lasagne = normal price €2.45, special offer €2,39 - so far, so good. But upon checking the bill, price was put through at €2.75. Another item on the same bill was put through the till at €1.69 whereas it should have been €1.59.So not the end of the world for 46cents in total, but it is the principle bearing in mind that this happens time after time after time, in fact, in almost every bill.It has now occured to us to question whether this is in fact fraud by Lidl, who hope that customers are either too distracted or too idle to carefully note what is being charged. Who puts the prices into the computer anyway? How does the price on the shelf ticket - especially those marked "Special Offer" tally with what is charged at the till?Has anyone else had this experience?Please share Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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