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highly upset

Lumberton, TX

#1 Sep 20, 2011
Anyone ever had this happen??
highly upset

Lumberton, TX

#2 Sep 20, 2011
To explain:

Quick change scams are being pulled by individuals and teams of con artists every day. The victims are usually retail businesses with confused or disorganized cashiers. The quick change scam typically involves a con artist who confuses a cashier by paying with a large denomination bill, and then changing his mind several times about how he wants the change returned to him.
guest

Batesville, AR

#3 Sep 20, 2011
I'm pretty sure this has been happening for a while, but yeah business owners should be aware.
highly upset

Lumberton, TX

#4 Sep 20, 2011
Well it happened to me recently and I had no idea what was happening until it was too late! It was so scary

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#5 Sep 20, 2011
highly upset wrote:
Well it happened to me recently and I had no idea what was happening until it was too late! It was so scary
Next time, tell the person you usually don't accept $100 bills. Then offer to break the $100 with five $20. Then they can pay with a $20, so you don't get so confused.
highly upset

Lumberton, TX

#6 Sep 20, 2011
SomeDudeOnline wrote:
<quoted text>Next time, tell the person you usually don't accept $100 bills. Then offer to break the $100 with five $20. Then they can pay with a $20, so you don't get so confused.
Well see when it happened, I just thought it was a guy tryin to give me a hard time cuz u get customers like that sometimes. He was talkin and movin his hands so fast and I was tryin to keep up but couldn't. I didn't even know people did stuff like this. It's awful! How hard is it to get a real job, ya know?
guest

Batesville, AR

#7 Sep 21, 2011
he wasnt trying to scam you,he was just a crackhead and you fell for it
guest

Batesville, AR

#8 Sep 21, 2011
highly upset wrote:
<quoted text>
Well see when it happened, I just thought it was a guy tryin to give me a hard time cuz u get customers like that sometimes. He was talkin and movin his hands so fast and I was tryin to keep up but couldn't. I didn't even know people did stuff like this. It's awful! How hard is it to get a real job, ya know?
Next time, do not ever switch anything until you have gotten his change out completely. Then make him give you back one of the smaller bills where you can make the change with that. Even if it requires opening your drawer again, it will be worth it!
Anonymous

Graham, NC

#9 May 2, 2013
highly upset wrote:
To explain:
Quick change scams are being pulled by individuals and teams of con artists every day. The victims are usually retail businesses with confused or disorganized cashiers. The quick change scam typically involves a con artist who confuses a cashier by paying with a large denomination bill, and then changing his mind several times about how he wants the change returned to him.
It was me that conned you… jkjk but this kind of stuff has been happening sence forever and can't be stopped

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