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    If I'm given too much change I always go back, I don't want the 15 year old kid on the checkout to get in trouble over a mistake.

    The the other day at Woolie's they didn't scan a punnet of strawberries, but when I realised I was half way out and DD was driving me insane so I just wanted to get to the car. I felt guilty though

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    Too much change I always go back.

    I've walked out twice with things in the pram, once a bottle of coke that I was home before I realised so never did anything about it. The second time was a 2ltr thing of milk so went back to the counter and paid as I was still there. Will always go back if I realise.

    I've had extras from Coles Online before and always rang and they generally just say to keep it (wasn't anything big though).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    Too much change I always go back.

    I've walked out twice with things in the pram, once a bottle of coke that I was home before I realised so never did anything about it. The second time was a 2ltr thing of milk so went back to the counter and paid as I was still there. Will always go back if I realise.

    I've had extras from Coles Online before and always rang and they generally just say to keep it (wasn't anything big though).

    I find online shopping I always get extra stuff... I'm not going to lie... I assumed they were freebies for some reason :S haha


 

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