Summary by Ground NewsMore than 60 stores in North Carolina are being fined for overcharging customers. The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services says it's because of price-scanner errors. Eight stores in Mecklenburg County were fined by the state in the second quarter of 2022.
2 months ago·Winston- Salem, United States
Price-scanning errors at two Forsyth stores draw state fines
Eleven stores in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina — including two in Forsyth County — are among 61 statewide required to pay fines for what state Agriculture officials considered as “excessive price-scanner errors.”
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