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In date childrens milk but taste sour from tesco! Wat can i get back?

sharonwai Avatar
8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Any compensation? for tasting the sour milk which is in date
i paid £1.20 for the 3 little packet
it was disgusting nearly vomit my guts out
so please tell me wat i can get back coz im goin today .
thanks
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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[mod]#1
Your money back.

What more do you want?
#2
why you drinking kids milk? lol

i'm sure if you take it back and explain telling them the baby won't drink milk at the mo cos of it they'll exchange/give you your money back and maybe some vouchers too
#3
umanga
why you drinking kids milk? lol

i'm sure if you take it back and explain telling them the baby won't drink milk at the mo cos of it they'll exchange/give you your money back and maybe some vouchers too


its a chocolate drink and its small size hence i bought but who knows when i taste it, it doesnt taste right, imagine if i got kids and drank it without knowing its off they could be hospitalised by now lol
#4
was it refrigerated? milk can still go off before the BB date if its left at a warm temperteture
#5
when you go ask customer service to get a manager - explain politely that you are really upset - as they were bought for your kiddies - also ask if they are sending them away to be tested - you should at least get £10 voucher - plus a refund or replacement


its tescos - they can afford it:thumbsup:
#6
sharonwai
its a chocolate drink and its small size hence i bought but who knows when i taste it, it doesnt taste right, imagine if i got kids and drank it without knowing its off they could be hospitalised by now lol

i doubt it it was only left warmin your car or somewhere else

its only spoilage bacteria similar to cheese

so money back is the only way im afraid oh and an apology if your lucky
#7
Am I the only person who would just have chucked them in the bin?
#8
no i would too
cost me more in petrol and time to go back and complain about a chocolate milk
[mod]#9
LadyMadonna
Am I the only person who would just have chucked them in the bin?


...probably :-D
#10
MinstrelMan
was it refrigerated? milk can still go off before the BB date if its left at a warm temperteture


of coz refrigerated! an plus u never know they left it on shop floor all nite on the cage and i was unlucky to buy it!
:x
#11
holly100
when you go ask customer service to get a manager - explain politely that you are really upset - as they were bought for your kiddies - also ask if they are sending them away to be tested - you should at least get £10 voucher - plus a refund or replacement


its tescos - they can afford it:thumbsup:


wud try this but i just called up and they r doing an investigation will i get anything our of it? :whistling:
1 Like #12
LadyMadonna
Am I the only person who would just have chucked them in the bin?


would you have just chucked them ! - nooooo - any chance i get to complain to tesco i am there - from potatoes to deodorant spray that wont spray -
tesco take £1 out of every £8 spent in uk - i intend to take a tiny bit back and wish others would

i have £40 in gift cards so far - saving for xmas!! - numerous items foc - even had them send a piece of string a friend found in meat - off to the labs - got an lovely letter from them -lol

go get them:thumbsup:
#13
jasonrat
i doubt it it was only left warmin your car or somewhere else

its only spoilage bacteria similar to cheese

so money back is the only way im afraid oh and an apology if your lucky


haha i wish i did that im no fool why would i want it to be spoiled when i paid for it im not from scrubber land. :roll:
#14
sharonwai
wud try this but i just called up and they r doing an investigation will i get anything our of it? :whistling:


yes you wil - ask them very sweetly if it would be better if you went to enviromental health with it - plus just sending off the item is no compensation to your upset:thumbsup:
#15
holly100
would you have just chucked them ! - nooooo - any chance i get to complain to tesco i am there - from potatoes to deodorant spray that wont spray -
tesco take £1 out of every £8 spent in uk - i intend to take a tiny bit back and wish others would

i have £40 in gift cards so far - saving for xmas!! - numerous items foc - even had them send a piece of string a friend found in meat - off to the labs - got an lovely letter from them -lol

go get them:thumbsup:


you go gal! tesco is opening everywhere and they think they can dominate the market. argh i hate tescos :p
#16
so why shop there?
#17
holly100
yes you wil - ask them very sweetly if it would be better if you went to enviromental health with it - plus just sending off the item is no compensation to your upset:thumbsup:


u sound experienced lol
:w00t:
#18
holly100
would you have just chucked them ! - nooooo - any chance i get to complain to tesco i am there - from potatoes to deodorant spray that wont spray -
tesco take £1 out of every £8 spent in uk - i intend to take a tiny bit back and wish others would

i have £40 in gift cards so far - saving for xmas!! - numerous items foc - even had them send a piece of string a friend found in meat - off to the labs - got an lovely letter from them -lol

go get them:thumbsup:



I shall keep that in mind.

Saying that I think it might have been on here were I read someone took a Christamas turkey back but the person got back the cost of their whole meal as it was ruined without the turkey, that was M&S though.

Think I'm just too lazy though, if I could email it back I'd maybe give it a go. LOL
#19
jasonrat
so why shop there?


nearest to my house ....if they make mistakes i wont let them off and plus all this money off thing hahaha:-D
#20
LadyMadonna
Am I the only person who would just have chucked them in the bin?


lol had this kinda trouble other day, had a kfc and a zinger burger wasnt given to us but we were charged for it...my mum rang them and said id drive bk to get it...i told her i wasnt goin to coz theyd prob just spit in it.....heard all kind of stories bout our kfc and when ppl complain lol!...however...if u r gonna go tescos...u will just get ur money bk and maybe a free carton of milk...i used to work on checkouts and loads of times when we were told to do returns, we brought back products such as milk which wasnt cold anymore...mr tesco obviously isnt making enuf billions of profit! :thumbsup:
#21
LadyMadonna
I shall keep that in mind.

Saying that I think it might have been on here were I read someone took a Christamas turkey back but the person got back the cost of their whole meal as it was ruined without the turkey, that was M&S though.

Think I'm just too lazy though, if I could email it back I'd maybe give it a go. LOL

my aunt got back the cost of her christmas feast as her m&s crackers sprayed glitter all over it - ha ha! She got back £100 worth of vouchers, although knowing her she probably scraped it off and ate it anyway!
#22
i was in a similar position last year. bought some scones from them and that night my daughter ate one of them, then noticed that the bottom of the box had mould on it. we checked the rest and found them all to be mouldy. took them in the following morning and went ballistic with the manager. he offered a replacement and sent them off to be examined (i'd phoned trading standards first and they told me you have to let the shop sort it out) 2 weeks later had a letter back from tesco basically saying it was a complete mystery as to why it had gone off early. they'd had no other complaints and they enclosed a measly £2 compensation. not worth the effort of complaining. i wanted trading standards to sort it but they insisted it was down to the company initially and they'd only get involved if tesco refused to do anything or they had loads more complaints. typical trading standards (or consumer direct) bloody useless, only thing they're interested in is busting people for selling dodgy DVDs :)
#23
lrb76
my aunt got back the cost of her christmas feast as her m&s crackers sprayed glitter all over it - ha ha! She got back £100 worth of vouchers, although knowing her she probably scraped it off and ate it anyway!
i used to work for the company M&S bought their crackers from (they're gone now) and M&S used to "fine" us for every complaint no matter how minor. you wouldn't believe some of the complaints we had
1 Like #24
wolf359
i was in a similar position last year. bought some scones from them and that night my daughter ate one of them, then noticed that the bottom of the box had mould on it. we checked the rest and found them all to be mouldy. took them in the following morning and went ballistic with the manager. he offered a replacement and sent them off to be examined (i'd phoned trading standards first and they told me you have to let the shop sort it out) 2 weeks later had a letter back from tesco basically saying it was a complete mystery as to why it had gone off early. they'd had no other complaints and they enclosed a measly £2 compensation. not worth the effort of complaining. i wanted trading standards to sort it but they insisted it was down to the company initially and they'd only get involved if tesco refused to do anything or they had loads more complaints. typical trading standards (or consumer direct) bloody useless, only thing they're interested in is busting people for selling dodgy DVDs :)


gutted for u, im suprised u didnt take a picture of each scone....talk to ur lawyer...sue tescos and trading standards for not giving u at least £5,000 compensation for looking at mouldy scones, i no a psychologist if the matter is still affecting u :whistling:
#25
acecatcher3
gutted for u, im suprised u didnt take a picture of each scone....talk to ur lawyer...sue tescos and trading standards for not giving u at least £5,000 compensation for looking at mouldy scones, i no a psychologist if the matter is still affecting u :whistling:


LOL, your sharp for it being so early in the day.
#26
wolf359
only thing they're interested in is busting people for selling dodgy DVDs :)


copyrighted feature films or voyeuristic films staring forum members?
#27
something is seriously going wrong wityh britain today

i blame this compensation culture

at the end of the day tescos will here nothing from this
the bottle of milk was in date so what could they do?
they wil lshow due diligence of fridge temperature charts
etc
etc
this is moslt likely the fault of the customer who had it in their car for too long or had it in their trolley for too long and maybe put it back in the fridge and got a bit warm
#28
LadyMadonna
LOL, your sharp for it being so early in the day.


its the bacon sarnie every morning, wakes me up :thumbsup:
#29
it would have to be really bad to take it to court - but i relish the thought - i hate absolutely abhor tescos - as previous poster said - they are taking over the country - planning permission is so easy for them - no matter how many times the local council deny planning permission they end up going to central government - lining certain people with silver and bingo - they get it - just happened by me!!

to jasonrat - the reason i go to tescos is to find errors - out of date stuff still on shelves - and to get a bargain - i have a choice of 3 in my area - its a part time hobby:roll:

edit - just read your last comment jason - its not a compensation culture - it is one of uk biggest companies taking the biggest stake out of our pockets - and your prepared to let them get away will selling us - the customer who they profit from - shoddy - stale - mouldy - out of date goods ----------------------------- no bl@@dy way!!!
1 Like #30
holly100
i relish the thought



carefull, the relish might be off too.
#31
MinstrelMan
carefull, the relish might be off too.


pmsl
#32
I actually got food poisoning which was confirmed by the doctor to be bacon from Asda, I didn't even ask for a refund for the bacon, stuff like this happens once in a while. If you can be bothered get a refund and call it a day, there is no point getting upset over off milk.

Spilt milk however is a different story...
#33
Reading this thread makes me think of one thing - spellchecker.

If I was you I would be more interested in suing your school than worrying about the milk from Tesco.
#34
We find walkers crisps packaging has gone down hill lately, we often find a completely empty bag in the multi pack or a split bag, they are great you contact them online and they send you £4 in vouchers just for one split bag in a large multi pack, we have had this with the last three or four packs now (and this is genuine). They are going to think we are scammers at this rate!!

As for the original complaint food that has gone off is bad enough but when its aimed at kids its even worse as they have a less well developed immune system. This could have really made them poorly!
#35
natversion1
I actually got food poisoning which was confirmed by the doctor to be bacon from Asda


you can make numerous quirky meanings by just adding a comma in this sentance.

for example:

1- I actually got food poisoning which was confirmed, by the doctor to be bacon, from Asda (Why was you being examined by a pig?)

2- I actually got food poisoning which was confirmed by the doctor to be, bacon from Asda.... (was he just a doctor-ling at the time?)

:lol:

I'm really bored today, amuse me people.
#36
MinstrelMan
you can make numerous quirky meanings by just adding a comma in this sentance.

for example:

1- I actually got food poisoning which was confirmed, by the doctor to be bacon, from Asda (Why was you being examined by a pig?)

2- I actually got food poisoning which was confirmed by the doctor to be, bacon from Asda.... (was he just a doctor-ling at the time?)

:lol:

I'm really bored today, amuse me people.


Bite thy tongue good sir or I will surely sue...eth you!
#37
harlzter

As for the original complaint food that has gone off is bad enough but when its aimed at kids its even worse as they have a less well developed immune system. This could have really made them poorly!



The best way to build their immune system is to give them a taste of the bad stuff, well, that's my excuse for not tidying anyway.
#38
natversion1
Bite thy tongue good sir or I will surely sue...eth you!


I'll go sit on the naughty step

http://hpbimg.saxie.co.uk/baby%20sulk.bmp
#39
Hmm i thought you can never prove what food actually caused food poisoning!!
#40
http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2005/04/13/supernanny_narrowweb__200x352.jpg
MinstrelMan
I'll go sit on the naughty step

http://hpbimg.saxie.co.uk/baby%20sulk.bmp

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