And some more episodes:
1. Foodworld: charged higher than MRP on packaged goods. Stock on the shelf is old, while the price on the system is new.
2. Central: charged higher than MRP on packaged goods. Stock on the shelf is old, while the price on the system is new.
3. Central: double billed, i.e. the same item was billed twice during checkout. Got the store manager to write "wrong billing" and sign on the bill this time.
4. Spencers: Bought a clothes drying rack. Came home, removed Spencer's sticker and voila! the MRP written below was far lower, and had been painted over with black ink. This is by far the most interesting case: blatant disregard for laws, overcharging on MRP, fraud... ah my mouth is watering.
Anyway, evidence collection is going on good. I want to take multiple retailers to court at one shot. No point in doing this one by one.
Now what would make this a very powerful case is to try for a class action suit, or what is known as a public litigation. If you would like to be a part of this case, do please let me know. You would not need to do anything, except be able to show me proof / and or an affidavit showing one or more cases of cheating / fraud / double billing / over charging on MRP / not given freebies / whatever, and I will do all the court running around. Now for all the lazy bones who wont lift a finger to help themselves, is that a good deal or what?