Aldi Shoppers Warned to Check Bank Statements

Aldi Shoppers Warned to Check Bank Statements

Published by KLFM
5:14pm 27th March 2014.

People who've shopped in Aldi and paid by card are being told to check their bank statements as some people have told KLFM that they've been charged twice.

Brian Long who's Deputy Leader of the Borough Council says he noticed the money had gone when he paid, and then AGAIN two days later.

He told us what happened when he went back to the store to complain.

"I went in and spoke to the Deputy Store Manager and he said 'Oh yes we're aware of this' and it would sort itself out in the next 72 hours. But in the mean time people might have gone overdrawn or incur charges.

"I think if anyone has been in there within the last week they should get in touch with their bank, check their statements and make sure they do refund it as they say they will."

Many of KLFM's listeners have also been telling us it's happened to them on our facebook page.

We've been in touch with the Aldi Press Office... They have not got back to us.

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