www.FoodBasicsFeedback.com – Food Basics Receipt Survey

If you made a purchase at Food Basics store recently, now you can go to  the website www.FoodBasicsFeedback.com to enter the Food Basics customer satisfaction survey contest for your chance to win a grand prize of $1,000 in Metro gift cards. Plus you could have a chance to win one of 118 $25 Metro gift cards.

How to enter & win:

To start, you should have your purchase receipt handy. When you open the website www.FoodBasicsFeedback.com, you need to enter the store number shown on your receipt. Then answer a list of survey questions regarding your shopping experience. At the end of the survey, you’ll entered into the survey contest for a chance to win automatically.

Click here to enter now!


One Grand Prize: $1,000 in Metro gift cards

One hundred and Eighteen Store Prizes: one $25 Metro Gift Card

Please note:

To be eligible to enter and to win a Prize in the Contest, you must be a resident of the Province of Ontario, Canada who has reached the age of 18 years old at the time of entry. There is a limit of one Entry per eligible person.

Learn more rules from http://www.foodbasicsfeedback.com!

About Food Basics:

Food Basics is a Ontario supermarket chain which provides foods and groceries in a lower price. Although the store is not big, but you can find most of necessary for life, including frozen foods, meat, snacks, drink, fruit, and more.

Click here to view Food Basics Week’s Flyer

2 thoughts on “www.FoodBasicsFeedback.com – Food Basics Receipt Survey

  • February 16, 2018 at 8:33 am

    Visited your store yesterday as we do every week,the staff are veryhelpful eventthe tills we see
    the same till severs every week who are always bright and cheerefull

  • March 23, 2018 at 3:52 pm

    Dear Manager,
    This is a retelling of my first time shopping at Food Basics.my unpleasant encounter and my bad impression on this grocery chain.
    Last November I came to Canada. One week after I settled in, I went to the Food Basics (Westdale location) to shop for groceries. At the cashier, I handed a 100 dollars bill, and the cashier (a lady in black) gave me change, including a piece of damaged bill (it is ripped). Hurried to put all groceries into my bag, I did not check the change I got immediately. As I walked toward the exit, checking the change, I immediately found a damaged 5 dollar bill in the midst of the change. I instantly returned to the cashier, showing her the damaged bill and asking for a good piece. But the cashier said that she gave me a good bill. I speak broken English, so I can’t get through my thoughts, so I can only call it bad luck. I looked and looked for the other piece of the bill, but I just can’t find it on the ground anywhere.
    5 dollars is nothing. It is a small affair, but deceiving is a big one. Especially to an eighty-year-old man.
    I hope you can judge this fairly. Did the cashier gave me a piece of ripped bill, or did I damaged a perfect Canada-made bill minted with advantaged technology?
    I hope you can instruct the workers to avoid more happenings like this.
    Do not lie to seniors. Do not be dishonest to meek people. Do not deceive colored people. Do not cheat people not good at English.
    This is against honesty, trust, conscience, moral rules. It is also against the God’s commandments.

    Tian Lan —- an eighty year old man
    Attaching to this: the receipt and a photocopy of the broken bill
    Attaching to this: the receipt and a photocopy of the broken bill

    Attaching to this: the receipt and a photocopy of the broken bill

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