Winn-Dixie Stores — manager paul laferriere and male cashier
I went into store surprised to find a 75percent off sticker had been placed underneath the fab love 2.6lb washing powder. I read the sticker carefully to be certain it pertains to that product. Word for word it described the boxes of washing powder. So I grabbed 10 boxes! I got home and went back over my receipt. I'd been charged as if it was buy one get one free. The only sticker underneath this profuct read 3.99 with 75 percent off, $1.00. Thats it!
I go back to the store to speak with the cashier which rudely said the deal wasn't 75 percent off and I disagreed and tried to expect to him what the sticker said. He had absolutely no reason to get rude. I shop wd atleast 3 times a week! I'm a regular customer. He got the manager, paul who was equally rude! I walked to the back where the washing powder had been and to my surprise the 75 percent off sticker had been removed and there was absolutely no sign there previously staying bogo and there still wasn't one there. They had taken the 75 percent off sticker down and when I asked to see it, paul claimed he couldn't find it! Well, where did it go? I feel deceived and robbed by this company! It's immoral to price things one price to get product off of shelves to build sales with in your store if you aren't planning to honor it. It's ridiculous and just down right shameful. He, paul, couldn't produce a bogo sticker either because he liked. Such sticker did not exist! He seems to have underhanded ways to be moving product from the shelves and it's called deceiving the public!
Updated by Tanga Frazier, Oct 02, 2019
Winn Dixie on State Road 60 in Lake Wales is where this took place.
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