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How many ways is this policy sign factually wrong? Let us count the ways

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I count three:

 

1. Asking for ID on Debit

2. That it is Visa's policy

3. Asking customer to "Have a nice and pleasant day" :angry:

4. The date, which sounds like they are trying to say Patriot Act.

 

You are right, I will get pancakes one more time. BUT THEN WHEN I MAKE NOTE OF THE CARD I USED, I'M REPORTING THEM!

 

So, this is Communipaw Ave. Jersey City NJ IHOP, Rt 440...

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I dont mind them asking for ID -- in fact I prefer it

 

Same here. I would much rather a merchant ask for ID and prevent someone from fraudulently using my card than to complain about a half minute effort to show my license. As long as they are not writing down my information the chances of ID theft are zero. All any clerk has ever done is compare the name on the card to the name on the license and hand them back.

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Does that say "transactions will be accepted without the proper identification"?

lol, yes it does

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K! I just reported them for needing ID to complete the sale. Mastercard.

 

Let's see how this goes.

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