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Bill dispute etiquette


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Bill dispute etiquette

beaver479 | Sep 17, 2009 10:49 AM

I was at a restaurant and I had a price disagreement with the owner. He was trying to charge me $27 but the bill should have only been $25.

I didn’t want to make a scene so I paid the $27, but could I have just paid the $25? Would that have been acceptable? Or would he have called the cops or something?

What should I do in these situations in the future, should they come up.

This was a small restaurant, owned and run by the same guy.

Thank you all

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