Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Burns My Biscuits

For the second time in less than a month I've been over-charged at the grocery store.  Actually, those are just the times I've noticed.  A couple of weeks ago I bought 2 pork loin chops that were on sale for $1.99 a pound.  I ended up getting charged for pork tenderloin, which was $5.99 a pound.  Today I went to the same grocery store after I got my hair cut.  This time I was charged for two bottles of Diet Pepsi, when I only bought one.  Arghhhhh.  It's not worth driving all the way over there but I'm tempted to send them an email just to get this off my chest.

What do you do when you discover you've been over-charged???

1 comment:

harriet said...

You should check before you leave the store. There's some Michigan law that if you get overcharged, they have to pay you the amount of the overcharge times some number, to a limit of $5, I think. This happens to Marvin all the time and he loves to come home and tell me how much he was paid.