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I bought a bag of nuts and some other items. I asked to see if I got a discount because the dollar amount was high. I got double charges on the nuts.

This is the trend with a lot of retail workers, they will now correct the mistake and pocket the funds. This happened to me at sears also. I show them my rewards card, they keep it and change my pin and cash it in. I asked my friend if this is a trend, and she responded "yes". That's how they get extra funds.

I tried calling rite-aid no one answers...must be busy correcting overcharges, and pocketing the money. Creative!

Monetary Loss: $10.

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Anonymous
#719867

First of all i just wanna say please go kill yourself, you are a waste and a piece of thrash, you actually *** thinks cashiers cares about overcharging you on purpose for the sake of a company they don't even care about?go *** yourself!

cashiers only cares about the paycheck, they don't give a *** about the company, they just wanna survive the day until they go home. Cashiers has to endure annoying *** *** up customers like you everyday, and please don't ever go back to rite aid or any other place with cashiers cause im pretty sure they don't want someone like you back.

Go *** work as a cashier and see how easy it is to deal with annoying *** people like yourself.And again do the world a flavor and go kill yourself you're a waste of space.

Anonymous
#661976

Someone accidentally scanned the nuts twice and didn't notice it.This is your complaint?

There is no way for them to 'correct the mistake and pocket the change'. If you or they notice it they will refund the price of the nuts for the second charge. No harm, no foul (because any right-thinking person would realize that mistakes like this happen).

If you didn't notice it, they couldn't 'pocket the change', because doing so would make their till short by that amount.Your little conspiracy theory makes no sense.

Anonymous
Paisley, Scotland, United Kingdom #631483

HEY EVERYBODY TYPE IN IdgieThreadgoode IN THE SEARCH OPTION AND SEE THAT ALL SHE DOES IS POST TO COMPLAINTS TO PUT DOWN THE CUSTOMER & THE COMPLAINTANT. SHE USED TO USE THE NICKNAME LADYSCOT. TYPE IT IN AND YOU WILL SEE THAT THE POSTS ARE WORDED IN THE SAME MANNER AS IdgieThreadgoode = LadyScot.

IdgieThreadgoode
Paisley, Scotland, United Kingdom #630971

Your friend told you? That is indeed funny.

Anonymous
Saco, Maine, United States #630707

"Pocketing the funds"?You obviously have ZERO idea how modern retail works, things are tracked across multiple levels (scans are matched to inventory which are matched to actual sales).

If someone was *** enough to try and pull this scam they'd be found out pretty quickly when customers pointed out they'd been overcharged, gotten a refund for it and then the cash drawer is off by those exact amounts that night.

So no, it's not some "evil cashier conspiracy" because for one this isn't the 1960s where you could actually pull off a *** like that.I'm guessing you may have worked a register back in "ye olden days" of push button cash registers and mom and pop stores everywhere; things have DRASTICALLY changed and your knowledge about retail is probably woefully out of date.

Anonymous
to Jeremy Saco, Maine, United States #630710

A few more points.You claim what they do is double charge and then pocket the difference but that doesn't work in the first place!

If they rang you up for two items instead of 1 so let's say the total is...2.08 when you bought 1.04 worth of stuff; they still rang in twice so the register needs 2.08, and before you say "well they just go back in and return the phantom item afterward" that's not possible! Any return, especially without scanning the receipt at Rite Aid requires you to have a manager to come over and do it. And so with that you might counter "well what if both of them are in on it." Let's assume for a second two of them are *** enough to try and scam that way; all sales are tracked and register area is recorded constantly (and no they don't just say this you can see the footage for yourself in the office). The second even the hint of a pattern turns up for say phantom no-receipt returns of items, loss prevention is going to look at those tapes (and all transactions are time-stamped so it's easy) and boom they're fired.

And they probably made all of maybe 10 bucks from this scam.You and your friend are clearly not 1/10th as knowledgeable about this stuff as you like to think you are.

Anonymous
to Jeremy #635231

Jeremy, go back to work at rite aid and stop pretending you don't work for them.you are full of it on this one.

it is not important what they do with the overcharging, it is important that they do it in the first place, and very often to most customers on a regular basis.don't tell us about modern retail bookkeeping then expect us to think you aren't a rite aid drone.

Anonymous
to ***ed about overcharging Saco, Maine, United States #637365

I never pretended I didn't.Yes I work at one, but I'm far from a drone, I actually hate the company and they do a lot of *** and slimy things, but the way the system works the people working there would be unable to pull of this "scam" the poster claims they're pulling.

If somehow they tried (over a couple bucks?Pretty low priority if you get to pull this off ONE TIME at best) they'd be caught pretty much within a shift or two.

Anonymous
#628974

1.Do you realize how crappy those scanners are?

It's easy for something to ring up twice completely on accident.

2. Rite Aid rewards cards don't have PINs or money so anything to do with Sears is irrelevant.

3. Seriously, it was a mistake. All you had to do was point it out and ask them to take it off or refund you.

It's a 2 minute process.If they're 'correcting the mistake and pocketing the funds' why aren't you asking for your money back?

LadyScot
Naples, Florida, United States #628576

Bull ***.

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