| Category: General
How is this news? It’s just an oversight. I don’t believe for a second that this won’t be corrected by her bank
But worth it
They shouldn’t have said they wanted the cookie!
I had something like this happen… and it wasn’t a trivial thing. The money was taken immediately… but even though everyone agreed it was a mistake it took a week+ to get it back… and we were traveling and needed the money
No matter what, the fault is 100% subway for having a fucking tip-option at a fucking subway sandwich counter.
Something like this happened to me, there was a charge for a subway in Detroit, and I live on the other side of the country. Subway wouldn’t fix it, and my credit card wouldn’t fix it. It wasn’t for this much, but nobody would help me and they wouldn’t use the basic logic of : I don’t live anywhere near that subway.
I canceled that credit card. But in this case, I had thought it was law that you can’t be responsible for more than $50 of a fraudulent charge.
Is anyone else getting tired of these tip screens?
This headline is bullshit. There’s no such thing as a credit card nightmare. You literally call the number on the back of the credit card and tell them there’s a fraudulent transaction. They read it back to you. You say yes and they say we’ll take care of it. As long as you made this phone call, within 60 days of it happening, it’s not going to affect you whatsoever. If you rely on credit cards, then you have more than one as backups. Hardly a nightmare.
Debit cards are a completely different story. If you carry one of those around, you’re insane. There’s zero protection.
I’m going to sound like a boomer but I still try to pay cash for everything.
I don’t want the bank screwing me
I don’t want weird fees
I don’t want tracked
I’m grouchy now get off my lawn
“Seven thousand one hundred and twelve, Seven thousand one hundred and twelve dollar, Seven thousand one hundred and twelve dollar footlong”
My mother once accidentally gave around a $9500 tip, thinking the machine was asking for her cc pin. Thankfully the manager promptly voided the transaction.
How embarrassing! They ate at Subway!
And yet if the credit card company figures out you actually owe them $1 more based on their error, they are still gonna get it from you.
The days of 5$ footlongs are long forgotten. Inflation is ridiculous now adays.
Bright Cellars charged me $1075.00 instead of $107.50, took weeks to get a finalized response.
That’ll teach her not to leave a tip.