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Just finished a cruise. They add a 20% gratuity, which is clearly

called a gratuity. If the passenger doesn’t want to pay that much, he can log into his account and adjust the gratuity down to 10% , or 15% , or zero if he’s displeased w/ the service.

But at your restaurant, you didn’t have that option that cruise passengers had. Your restaurant had a mandatory charge called “fair wage fee” (???) , which every customer was required to pay, then it was suggested you pay another 10%? for the tip. I’m sure this is a wonderful restaurant, but I disagree with this policy. B4E

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Posted: 05/11/2022 at 10:57AM


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Would like opinions on this. -- buffaloaded 05/11/2022 12:51AM
  It's a very deceptive approach -- CUKev 05/11/2022 8:43PM
  Tapburger in the DTC does the same thing -- Stampy 05/11/2022 4:25PM
  Did you read the rest? -- 84Buff 05/11/2022 2:57PM
  You have an opinion? You prefer this -- buffaloaded 05/11/2022 7:58PM
  Does it matter? -- 84Buff 05/11/2022 8:59PM
  I agree, that is not a tip. It's a tax. -- WinningLeadership 05/11/2022 05:36AM