Woolworths admits error after a savvy shopper decodes little-known receipt ...

Woolworths admits error after a savvy shopper decodes little-known receipt ...
Woolworths admits error after a savvy shopper decodes little-known receipt ...
Eagle-eyed Woolworths customer decodes a tiny symbol on her receipt to discover she was overcharged at the checkout - so what does it mean? A savvy shopper noticed an error on receipt after she decoded obscure symbol Customer asked Woolworths on Facebook why she was charged GST on product Unhappy customer noted that the tin of sardines is listed as a GST free item The supermarket giant admitted a rare error had occurred in this instance  

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Supermarket giant Woolworths has admitted to a blunder made on a customer's transaction after the savvy shopper decoded an obscure symbol on her receipt.

The customer named Julie took to Facebook on Tuesday after her usual shop at the Culburra Beach branch in NSW to ask the grocer why she had been charged GST on a 125g tin of 'Deep Cove Sardines in Oil'.

The image of the receipt highlights a hashtag symbol placed next to two items, which identified that the products were taxable items.

A customer named Julie took to Facebook on Tuesday after her shop to ask the supermarket why she had been charged GST on a 125g tin of ‘Deep Cove Sardines in Oil

A customer named Julie took to Facebook on Tuesday after her shop to ask the

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