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If a cashier on a checkout were to add points that were not wanted by shoppers to an anonymours Clubcard what are the amounts she could hope to achieve next voucher issue. I am aware that it is no…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
If a cashier on a checkout were to add points that were not wanted by shoppers to an anonymours Clubcard what are the amounts she could hope to achieve next voucher issue.

I am aware that it is not an exact science, but a thought based on a lady in front of me who did not posess a Clubcard for security reasons ! and gave me the points for a £123.77 shop.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
think its probably a sackable offence isnt it? surely fraudulent to assign points to a card that didnt actually earn them?
#2
barky
think its probably a sackable offence isnt it? surely fraudulent to assign points to a card that didnt actually earn them?


AGREED
#3
yep instant dismissal
#4
Wonder if this extends to Boots as well as ive had someone else's points there :oops:
#5
the customer can offer them to someone else just not staff
#6
Staff are not allowed to benefit - they're not even allowed to have a loyalty card on their person whilst at the checkout.
It's ok for the customer who has earned them to offer them to the next person in the queue etc.
#7
if it was anoymous she would never get the voucher for them - cos they wouldnt know where to send them - and it is a sackable offence
#8
I just wanted a guestimate as the the potential total. I wonder how many wasted points are left unsused each week.
#9
it is a sackable offence, I was given a word of warning for using my clubcard when fulling up my tesco van.

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