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Post by Guest 04.05.16 13:49

@Joss wrote:
melisande wrote:You only have to walk down your high street to see how booming the charity business is. I was in my local co-op yesterday and there was a bloke with a big  charity stand INSIDE the shop stopping people, including myself, and requesting they give their bank details etc for a new lottery being set up in the name of the charity.  I usually say no and walk on when I am walking down a high street but I actually felt intimidated yesterday . So much so that I intend to make a complaint to the shop.
Wow that's not right, and isn't that illegal to request/stop people for bank details in a store where people shop, or anywhere else in public for that matter? If not it should be. I would be complaining too. Sounds like public harrassment to me.
It certainly felt like harrassment.
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