Is it just me, or have certain stores decided opted-out of the Scanning Code of Practice (SCP)? Namely Canadian Tire and Zellers? I was sure both of these stores once displayed the Scanning Code of Practice stickers on each cash register.
Last year when I purchased a carpet at Zellers and the price came up as $20 more expensive than the price on the shelf, I was sure I could use the SCP to get another $10 off. But the SCP sticker was nowhere to be found, even though I was sure it used to be there.
Today a similar thing happened at Canadian Tire, when a light fixture that was marked at $129.99 on the shelf rung up at $189.99 instead! Again, the SCP labels were nowhere to be seen.
Did these stores decide that being a part of the voluntary SCP was costing them money (because they are so disorganized with pricing/scanning/inventory) and dropped it?
Nov 6th, 2004 07:04 PM #1
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Nov 6th, 2004 07:07 PM #2
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