I am the new manager of the Sue Ryder Store in Driffield. At our shop we have had two fake £20 notes spent in the store and in turn this has lost the charity £40 out of it’s daily takings.
Unfortunately it was my day off and I popped in to see if there was anything I could do to help and my assistant manager asked me to do the banking run.
When the cashier informed me that two of the notes were in fact fakes I just felt sick to my stomach. Even the cashier was dismayed at such a horrible act.
Who would do such a thing to a store trying to raise funds for such a good cause? I also think that other businesses in the East Riding area may benefit from knowing that this maybe something that someone will try to do in one of their shops.
Sue Ryder, Store Manager