Unfiltered Story #117793

, | Unfiltered | July 31, 2018

(I work as a cashier. An older lady is coming through my line with only three items. I finish ringing her up.)

Me: Okay, that’ll be [Total].

Customer: No, the salmon is suppose to be [Price]. It’s on sale.

(I look at my screen, where I have the regular prize for the salmon and then the discount is subtracted so I have to do some quick math. It takes a few seconds.)

Me: Well, it does cost [Same prize as the customer saw].

Customer: (Annoyed) Then I’ll just have to go down there and check myself.

Me: No, no the salmon is [Prize].

Customer: Oh, it is? Why do you say [Total] then?

Me: (Pointing to her two other items) Because you also bought these two.

Customer: How was I suppose to know what you meant?

Me: But I told you your total?

Customer: That’s very confusing.

Me: Have a nice day.

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