You chose to argue and create a scene.....
by Jennifer S - Posted Thu August 11, 2011 @ 3:12 PM
YOU chose to argue with staff over a lousy $1.25. I realize that for you, it may of been the principle of the matter but come on now. No one forced you to argue and ruin your wife's birthday meal! I don't agree that you were disrespected, what exactly did they say that was disrespectful? Telling a customer NO, or that no mistake has been made, or refusing to correct what you think is an error, is far from disrespect. You also need to clarify the $21.25 you were charged. Was that the total including tax or was that just the charge for the entree's? Because I'm in California where tax is high and the total for me, with tax, would of been $21.55. If there really was an additional charge added to the ribs and it wasn't noted in the menu, then yes it should of been taken off the bill. But honestly, you share the blame for ruining your wife's dinner! It takes 2 to tango and you chose to argue with the manager. If you are that concerned with ruining your wife's meal, next time, take the manager aside, out of your wife's earshot and discuss the issue calmly and rationally. If my husband got upset over something as little as $.125 (and yes for some it is the principle of the matter), and made a scene, I would be mad at HIM. I'm sorry but I've got bigger things to worry about than a $1.25!