There are only so many times you can get the wrong order.
We have all had to deal with wrong orders. I mean, I’ve had to deal with missing items or completely wrong orders quite a few times and it is always a hassle when you are hungry but you have to contact customer support to rectify the issue. However, this doesn’t always happen unless you insist on ordering from the same restaurant over and over again after young et burned once. But some people do that sort of stuff just so they can get free food even if it might not be the best.
However, today we are talking about an age-old scam that everyone has seen. This is the scam where you lie and say that your food was bad just so you get a full refund. This is usually done when you have a receipt and proof of the food. After all, how are you supposed to trust the customer if they don’t bring the food along? Whenever a person employs this scam, they don’t usually hit the same place twice but this particular lady wasn’t very intelligent and would use this scam at the same place every week which is a feat in itself.
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I can understand a part of a salad being bad but eight complete salads? That is a bit suspicious.
However, the woman ignored her suspicions and gave her the full refund anyway.
Things don’t end here as the woman comes across this scammer again another day.
The scammer is angry at not getting her free salads and she basically storms off.
The scammer even tried to bring in the store Director but he backs down once he hears what is really happening.
Surprisingly enough, it doesn’t end there and the scammer tries to employ this trick once again.
But she gets caught and is promptly thrown out of the store.
What did she think would happen? Did she think she could carry on doing this indefinitely? Honestly, what was the limit to her idiocy? And what was so special about the salads anyway? Did she just really love the salads and got them for the whole week for free? I honestly would love to sit down with her and have a long discussion just so I can understand her thought process. I am pretty sure I wouldn’t learn anything but what is the worse that could happen other than me losing a lot of IQ points?
I can only imagine what her life is like.
It seems a lot of people do this kind of stuff.
Why do they keep doing it after being rejected once?
Management can really get in the way of teaching these customers a lesson.
Why do they try it twice? Why not leave it at once?
What are your thoughts on this particular scam? have you ever seen someone employ this scam? If so, how did you deal with the scammer? Let us know in the comments below. And don’t forget to share this story with your friends so they can join in the comments with their experiences with scammers as well.