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Do we look like mugs asks one of its former customers
And is the voucher credit system in the newsagency world foolproof?
Some do check for signatures and dates; some are in denial.
But nobody told admin this, so the bills kept coming and coming.
Premier retailer Richard Johnson is on a mission to get independents to put GPS devices, disguised as cigarette packs, among their stock to track stolen goods.
The chargeback has also not been delivered – yet – so another dispute
And they were stuck with too-long leases for the equipment.
It’s all automated now and the machines can’t read
This tip, on the Very Awful Tax that HMRC is insisting upon making digital, comes to you from the BBC Radio 4’s Money Box programme via Ian Phipps, who describes himself as a newsagent from Bolton.
Instead it was to and fro, back and forth, for months and months
And why are they chasing him for a debt he doesn’t owe?
When we last featured Taranjeet Singh in this column in mid-May, he was waiting for the rep’s visit from Hermes to decide whether or not to continue with the parcel service.
Retailers may take some convincing when the product is perishable
Samir Patel sent me a picture of his shopfront. It says Londis, but you can see it has been stuck over another sign which reveals just two letters, a B at the beginning and an E at the end.
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