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Thursday, January 11, 2018

BEWARE: Pricing Scam sa "SM Supermarket" Viral Online! Alamin dito ang buong detalye!

SM Supermarkets are one of the go-to grocery shops here in the Philippines. SM Supermarket is a Filipino supermarket chain owned by SM Investments and is operated through Super Value Inc. They say that they offer world-class holistic shopping with a complete range of merchandise and basic services at the most accessible, convenient, and practical means possible.



With almost 3 decades of service and over 200 stores nationwide, SM Markets continues to be one of the largest food retail chains in the country. It is one of the trusted supermarkets in the country for it has almost everything you need in your household or in your kitchen. Many consumers believe that SM Supermarket has a reasonable pricing for it has its yellow tag for more savings. The product there are also fresh and new.Most of all, it is convenient to have a grocery shopping in SM Supermarket because it has many branches all over the country. Meanwhile, there is a concerned citizen who posted a warning to the consumers who are also doing a grocery shopping at SM Supermarket. The concerned citizen experienced an incident where you can see on the picture that the price on the shelf is different on the price indicated on the receipt.



They said it to the branch manager but the manager said that they just forgot to update the prices on the shelf that is why it reflected differently on the receipt. But the victim of the kind of scheme was not satisfied with what the manager reasoned out because it is so injustice especially to those consumers who are on a budget and are basing on the prices indicated on the shelves. If a business displays more than one price for the same item, this is called multiple pricing. Many people commented on the said post:




The business must sell the item for the lowest “displayed price” or withdraw the item for sale until the price discrepancy is fixed. Despite what some supermarkets might tell you, it is not necessary for the customer to have paid for the goods or to have left the store to be entitled to receive the first item free of charge. Customers can complain to a supervisor or the store manager if staff refuse to comply with the code. Read the Facebook post below:









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