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  1. #1
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    Have you ever disputed a tip charge at a restaurant?

    Let's say you used your debt card, put in a tip amount that you felt was fine, but then the waitress raised it in error by just $10.
    with that chain of events, your debt charge actually exceeded the balance in your checking account, which then triggered a $5-10 overdraft fee.


  2. Have you ever disputed a tip charge at a restaurant?
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    That has happened to me except for the part of being charged an overdraft fee. I don't like it one-bit but have other things to do than contest $5. If the service was good I would let it slide.

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    and overdraft fees almost never get reversed in my experience. I think it's the one fee banks love to charge customers.

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    One way to get around this is to leave a tip in cash. If you have issues with a specific establishment, then consider going else where. It is good to let others know if you have issues, so they can also be on guard.
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    I think some of these restaurants need to clearly disclose before you order what their gratuity is, rather than tell you after the fact and it not be clearly displayed.

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    I agree John. Telling customers after the fact is not good business. Fortunately, consumers have some of these online review website to voice their experience.

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    Will there ever be a law to stop people from leaving a miniscule gratuity like 10 cents. It only incites outrage. There should be a minimum tip when you have a waitress or waiter who takes your order of $1 and anything better than poor service will be in dollar increments above that.

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    Should you leave a 30% gratuity in some cases?

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    tip when you have a waitress or waiter who takes your order...........!




    kaleem

  11. #10
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    Always tip if the restaurant deserves it. Sometimes I just avoid them if I can get a better meal at home. You're paying for sales tax, a tip, and then you wonder if the serving size will be enough. I need to have more good experiences to go to a restaurant.

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