The beautician tells about Morrison’s driver who tracked her down hours after she went shopping on Facebook

A beautician has shared the “scary” moment when a Morrisons delivery driver tracked her down on Facebook, then messaged her and went through her photos – hours after she dropped off her groceries.

Molly, 28, claimed the worker also “liked” a number of her pictures until she blocked him.

But she said when she complained to the supermarket about the “scary” personal approach, they didn’t take her concerns seriously at first.

Molly, who declined to give her last name, had also complained to Ocado, which delivers for Morrisons, and both companies have now promised to investigate after contacting BirminghamLive.

Molly (pictured) has opened up about the

Molly (pictured) has opened up about the

Molly (pictured) has opened up about the “scary” moment when a Morrisons delivery driver tracked her down on Facebook, then messaged her and went through her photos – hours after she dropped off her groceries

Mollyu (pictured) claimed the worker also

Mollyu (pictured) claimed the worker also

Mollyu (pictured) claimed the worker also “liked” a number of her pictures until she blocked him

The Northfield beautician ordered the online shopping delivery last month. It was later dropped off by the driver.

Molly said: “When he delivered the groceries he was friendly, absolutely fine and thanked you for shopping with us. He brought the groceries to my apartment and I said “thank you”.

“It was a very small conversation we had.”

But six hours later, she said she was horrified to find the driver had apparently tracked her down on Facebook and sent her a personal message.

He had apparently looked through her pictures as well.

She said: “He delivered the groceries to me and later looked up my name on social media and tried to message me.

“He just said ‘hello’ and then started liking photos of me on my Facebook page, which to me suggests something different.

“It is obviously a massive data breach.

“I live alone, I’m a young lady – it’s really scary.

“I called Morrisons but they seemed disinterested and said, ‘Maybe someone will call you back about that.’

She looked up the driver online and claimed he also worked as a part-time taxi driver.

“His Facebook bio said he was also a cab driver,” she said.

“I thought, ‘If you do this to me, what are you going to do with the girls in your car?’

However, Molly claimed Morrisons initially dismissed her complaint. She said: “I just felt like Morrisons didn’t take it seriously at all.

“For him to take my name from my order and check me out on social media and reach out to me and like photos of me… it’s just unreal.

“But it’s really scary that Morrisons didn’t take it as seriously as I thought they should after I sent them copies of the messages.

“Morrisons didn’t even apologize for this happening to me. I said, “They didn’t even apologize,” and they said, “Yeah, well, it’s not really a customer service issue.” I said it’s a customer service issue.

“It’s obviously a massive data breach, but Morrisons said it was an issue with the depot they were using, which they believe was also used by Ocado.”

The Northfield beautician (pictured) ordered online shopping delivery last month

The Northfield beautician (pictured) ordered online shopping delivery last month

The Northfield beautician (pictured) ordered online shopping delivery last month

Molly said when she complained to the Morrisons about the

Molly said when she complained to the Morrisons about the

Molly said when she complained to the Morrisons about the “scary” personal approach, they initially didn’t take her concerns seriously

She had now also contacted Ocado, which is responsible for the delivery for the supermarket.

“Ocado was really good but said there wasn’t much they could do because the order was through Morrisons,” Molly said.

“The company said they would contact the depot and let them know what happened. But Morrisons, frankly, didn’t give a damn.’

She added: “It’s the first time I’ve ordered from Morrisons. I told them I was deeply disgusted that they wouldn’t do anything about it.’

A company spokesman said: “We take complaints like these very seriously and are working closely with our partner Ocado to conduct a formal investigation into the matter.”

And a spokesman for Ocado said: “We are aware of this complaint and are currently conducting an investigation.”


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Brian Ashcraft

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