Blog: Another act of generosity from Tesco?
Dean Best | 18 August 2009
Hot on the heels of Tesco's "Double Points on Clubcard" relaunch comes another 'offer' from the UK's largest - and apparently most generous - retailer.
A cash machine at a Tesco store in west London attracted a huge queue after it emerged it was dishing out double the amount of money requested.
If you think that's a surprise, check out this apparent act of goodwill from the retailer.
"This was thankfully an extremely rare operational error. We will not be trying to recover the money," a Tesco spokesperson told London's Evening Standard.
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