Trolley Tracker proves valuable for Perth shopper

Marilyn Chamberlain with Woolworths Riverton store manager Amit Patel and service manager Bronwyn Opie.
Marilyn Chamberlain with Woolworths Riverton store manager Amit Patel and service manager Bronwyn Opie.

REPORTING rogue trolleys has netted a Balcatta resident $1000 reward.

Marilyn Chamberlain won the prize on her first time using Trolley Tracker, which encourages people to advise of abandoned trolleys to be collected.

“I just couldn’t stand seeing the trolley sitting there unloved and going unused, so I wanted to get it returned,” she said.

Ms Chamberlain received $1000 to spend at Woolworths Group stores for reporting the abandoned trolley at Woolworths in Riverton.

People can report wayward trolleys online, by phone on 1800 641 497 or via the app.

Information is sent to directly to one of hundreds of trolley collection teams around Australia who retrieve the trolley and return it to its home store.