Sainsbury's employee denied credit card from store's own bank

Sainsbury's employee denied credit card from store's own bank

A part-time employee for national supermarket chain Sainsbury’s has claimed that he was refused a credit card by the supermarket because they weren’t paying him enough.

Frank Raftis, who is 61 and currently lives in Surrey, insists that his credit history is impeccable, and yet Sainsbury’s Bank have refused to approve a loan for him. The former teacher turned supermarket clerk wanted the loan to buy a car for his daughter.

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