Couple Hhas Pproof Tthey Ttipped Ggay Sserver

Submitted by: gary8162 3 years ago in

Pretty compelling proof they tipped her. You decide. Is the waitress lying?
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Male 40,337
Her own co-workers say: She Has A History Of Telling Lies

Like claiming she had brain cancer, or that Hurricane Sandy put a boat into her house (it did no such thing!) & etc.

So that`s the final nail in the coffin of her story, correct?
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Male 1,237
The waitress seemed like she was lying (badly) in that interview
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Male 10,338
They produced CC records that show the tip is on there.

The waitress/waiter faked it to be noticed.
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Male 15,832
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Male 40,337
@Dragonace: They have to use "LawyerSpeak" to avoid lawsuits. If they said things in a black & white way? They could get in trouble.

@lauriloo: Amen Sister! Preach On! It`s not a victimless crime, it`s more like a hate crime.

[quote]You could also call the credit card company and ask that a tip be added.[/quote]
No, @SmagBoy1, you CANNOT do that! It would come as a SEPERATE transaction, and have a different ID number attached. If they have a bill that matches their credit card info? It`s a "slam dunk". Unless the credit card company was... part of the conspiracy!!!

@bordo: Yes, that`s usually how it works. A few genuine cases get attention, and money, and a whole LOT of fakes spring up!
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Male 907
People in various victim groups falsify incidents all the time. In fact, it seems that there are more well-publicized fakes that real ones.
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Male 338
If I had to guess...the owner doesn`t like the staff`s lifestyle choice and has decided to make a few bucks while building up a reason to fire them.
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Male 338
smagboy, you can`t ask your credit card company to add a tip to a transaction. I`ve worked in credit cards for a number of years (mostly in disputed transactions) and it`s just not possible, the merchant has to request it. In short, if that`s what`s on the statement, that`s how much the merchant requested and that`s how much they received.
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Male 883
Either she made it up, or it`s entirely possible another employee printed a duplicate receipt and pocketed the tip. These people had nothing to gain producing their credit card records since they had remained anonymous anyways except for exposing a lie and/or a fraud.

It`s not like people haven`t lied or faked incidents before to further an agenda...



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Male 7,774
Salty & drworm, did you even watch the clip, you d***spits? They can`t forge the visa bill. You could see the guilt in her face when confronted. They said they misheard her name as Dan and that`s clearly what pi**ed her off. So she wants to be accepted as a dyke but gets upset when she is. Scuzzy b*tch should be sacked if the restaurant has anything about them.
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Male 4,431
You guys are right that the customer copy proves nothing. You can write anything on that you want, and after the fact. You could also call the credit card company and ask that a tip be added. But that second part is less likely, I`d think. Plus, since the couple went public and claimed *not* to be anti-gay, if they actually *were* anti-gay, that`d be highly unlikely.

So, while the customer copy itself proves nothing, nor the credit card statement definitively, all of it together does seem to put suspicion on someone at the restaurant, although, not necessarily the waitress, as some places allow you pay up front, etc., and the wait staff never sees the bill after handing it to you.
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Male 3,147
Hand it over to the Reddit readers, they`ve got a good track record of identifying who are the bad guys.
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Male 8,435
Dragonace-"The vague wording used by the reporter has me suspicious"

Reporters HAVE to be vague. For legal reasons. After all, OJ Simpson is still an `allegid` murderer.

Same as in my wife`s job..when they get a patient`s belongings and find a particular substance in their pocket, it has to be listed as a `white powdery substance`...because, after all, the could just be carrying a nickle-bag of baby powder.
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Male 183
@drworm2002 i thought the same as you, then it showed the credit card statement... the credit card statement shows exactly what you were charged and if it matches up with the receipt then i guess it must be correct.
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Male 2,578
In the absence of actual oppression, make stuff up. It will make you feel oppressed again (claiming oppression in today`s society is seen as desirable and gives you considerable cred).
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Male 662
Have to go with salty here. Having the customer copy is nothing. I get them all the time. You can write whatever you want in it. Doesn`t mean that is what the server received. I would bet that it wouldn`t hold as proof for anything.
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Male 18
It is obvious this dyke made it up for attention.
I support gay marriage, but I hate stereotypes like this. Always trying to get people to feel bad for her and always seeking attention. She should at the very least be fired.
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Male 560
@pazerlenis "A manager and the restaurant owner insisted they had the original ticket for the $93.55 charge, but would not produce the receipt for [reporters]"
"The restaurant later said in a statement it was aware of the allegations and had no comment pending an internal investigation."

If it was as simple as that why not just present the receipt remove and remove all doubt, they had no problem doing it before... I have a lottery ticket for the Euro on Friday which has the winning numbers, I have it but I`m not going to show it to you...

The couple who have come forward have nothing to gain from disproving this, so why would they? Simple question that can usually show a con who goes to gain from this. They only have to defend the accusation as they spread it to begin with.
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Female 1,803
IF the waitress did fake it, she needs to lose her job and be prosecuted for some kind of fraud. She also needs to return any money she kept that was donated and it should go to a charity if it can`t be returned to the people. Faking something like this just makes it harder for real cases of bigotry and nastiness to get called out. Nobody can trust anyone anymore and that`s a really bad thing for society. I would think the restaurant would know the truth and would have already prevented any kind of scandal that could affect their business but who knows. It`s not good they can`t or won`t produce the original record.
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Male 296
"[The family] also provided a document they said was a Visa bill, which appears to indicate their card was charged for the meal plus the tip, for a total of $111.55."

Am I the only one who thinks that the wording of that sentence seems a little vague or misleading? "...they said it was a Visa bill", tells me the reporter could not verify it, also "...appears to indicate.." tells me that possibly the restaurant name was not shown on the bill so verification of the origin of the charge was not possible.

I`m not taking sides, nor am I jumping to conclusions. But one thing is for sure, someone is lying. The vague wording used by the reporter has me suspicious, but I`ll wait for more information .
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Male 40,337
So one side (Customers) provided ALL the pertinent documents and information, and the OTHER side (Waitress) refused to?

I`d say the Customers are telling the truth and the Waitress just did it as a money-making SCAM. She should face arrest and trail for her actions.
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Male 1,949
You mean there`s bad people out there? Wh wh WHAAA?
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Male 17,512
Wouldn`t be the first time someone has faked a receipt.
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Male 1,380
"[The family] also provided a document they said was a Visa bill, which appears to indicate their card was charged for the meal plus the tip, for a total of $111.55."

"A manager and the restaurant owner insisted they had the original ticket for the $93.55 charge, but would not produce the receipt for [reporters]"

Sounds like its not clear who is to blame for this just yet. But don`t let that stop any of you from jumping to conclusions about it. Its what we do best here on IAB.

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Male 560
@ssalty ehhh they say in the video they provided thier credit card statement to the news team who verified the customers copy to show that was the amount charged....

Looks like the women did it to make money having seen past examples and people donating money to circumstances like this....
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Male 701
I`ll believe her when 100% if those donations are donated.
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Male 228
Notice that the restaurant collects the total on the Merchant Copy. Customers can write in any amount on the Customer Copy that they want. The picture is NOT PROOF of anything except the guilt they felt after they were outed as bigoted bastards.
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Male 36
Fraud.
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Male 946
Link: Couple Hhas Pproof Tthey Ttipped Ggay Sserver [Rate Link] - Pretty compelling proof they tipped her. You decide. Is the waitress lying?
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