Today she wanted to order pizza again, nearly the same order. Of course given what happened last time she specifically asked for "twin special" -- repeated it three times. I come in to pick it up and it's $46+change again! So I question it again and say that she ordered a twin special, so what gives? So this time the girl say I'm right and she'll figure it out. So she taps some numbers into the calculators, then says it'll be $38.09 (not quite $10 less but over $8). She then crosses out the $46.22 on the original bill stapled to the box and writes in $38.09 in red pen. I stick in my chip card and enter my PIN, pick up the pizza and drive home.
As I'm driving down the street I glance at the receipt from the chip reader machine still in my hand and it says $46.22! What the hell??!
Now I start remembering how when the girl was crossing things out and writing in the new number an older guy (looked like the owner) came up behind her and was questioning what she was doing. She briefly explained that I had ordered twins and was not being charge the correct amount, and his face kind of went sour. I wasn't sure if he was thinking "Crap, that's not good for customer relation" or "Crap, I'm losing $8!"
I remember many years ago noticing how I had two charges on the same day from a Milano's pizza. I got them to reverse the charge but for months after that I was meticulously monitoring my monthly statements. Didn't happen again so I eventually stopped checking. Maybe I should start again.