Credit Cards Used to Purchase Goods BEWARE

by Steve
(South Wales)

If for example you purchase an electrical item from one of these very helpful shopkeepers in Tenerife or elsewhere and you use your credit card to make the payment, then, having left the store you examine the receipt carefully and realise that helpful shopkeeper "had made a mistake" with the credit card machine perhaps adding a few extra noughts.
You would be acting perfectly normal and within your rights surely if you contacted your credit card company to cancel the transaction.
It would then be the responsibility of the shopkeeper to explain himself/herself as to why he keeps making a mistake!
Will it now be acceptable for Mr Mistake to make arrangements to recover the goods ?
I personally would of course be as helpful as possible.

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