So at del taco, I tender $10 for a $2.17 order. My change is $2.83.
On the receipt, I see she entered my payment as $5.00. I point out her error, and she says that she put it in the $5.00 slot, and gives me a $5.00 bill to give me the correct change.
If this was the first time this had happened to me at a particular restaurant, I would chalk it up to human error - anyone can make a mistake.
What I want to know is why this has happened to me three times at this particular Del Taco. This situation essentially never happens to me at other restaurants, but it happens with alarming frequency at this one particular restaurant.
One other time, I gave a $20.00 and the cashier entered my amount as $10.00, and a different time I gave $10.00 and the cashier entered $5.00 as the amount tendered. Why this habit of entering half of the amount I actually gave?
I'm talking about the Del Taco at Topanga Canyon Blvd and Lassen - has anyone else experienced this?