Letter: Digital coupons are no help to seniors

To the editor,

I am a 74-year-old senior and I fully agree with an editorial that I read last week. I, like many other seniors, do not know how to use computers and do not want to have to go to a library so that they can help me apply for [a Shop Rite digital coupon].

There have been too many people that I know that have had their personal information compromised. I would like to know if Shop Rite will take the responsibility in writing, that if any ID theft takes place that they would take full responsibility? I am sure that there are other ways that they can offer seniors these discounts if they wanted. I am not blaming the stores, they are only doing what corporate tells them to do. Let’s get the senior centers and AARP to voice their opinions on this.

R. David Chemlen

Oxford