Do u count ur change bfore leaving the counter?

Philippines
March 21, 2012 10:41am CST
Mostly i did it...Thats my habit that if ever i received change after buying something i count my change to make it sure that everything is correct.But in other ways there were times that i no longer count my change esp. when am in a hutty..........................u my lotters? do u?????///
6 responses
@berting600 (3461)
• Philippines
21 Mar 12
I am always practicing safe to count my change every time a purchase or payment was made by me.Before I do not care to count my change yet since I was not given the right amount I have to see to it that I have receive the right amount of change.Money as of this time is very hard to earn so we have to safeguard from abusive persons who are having bad plans to others by not giving the right amount of change. So be careful friends.
• Philippines
25 Mar 12
u must t ocount it or else u will be victimize someday...For sure u count it ok? Thats normal for us esp. that money is so hard this days.............
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• Philippines
25 Mar 12
Absolutely correct because some sellers are taking advantage to some buyers who just put the change directly to their pockets without counting it.I have been a victim to these people that I really have to count my change every time I have a purchase because it is very hard to go back to them as they are already very accustom to their trade of victimizing innocent people that they have a ready response surely to fool their victims.This is a plea to all buyers to have precaution in dealing all vendors who may appear innocent and have good manners yet have bad intentions so beware you might be the next victim.
• India
5 Jul 12
Yes, I mostly count my change before leaving the counter to make sure that everything is correct. That’s what my mother has taught me. Every peso counts, it is not easy to earn money. So, be wise enough. Also, counting your change reminds you how much is your money left.
• Makati, Philippines
25 Mar 12
yes i do count my change, it's a practice that i won't change because i want to be a responsible consumer
@shadjee1 (605)
• Philippines
25 Mar 12
I do count my change. There are some cashiers who got mistakes of giving change it is either it is too much or it is less than what you should be getting even if I am in a hurry.
@albto_568 (1269)
• Costa Rica
22 Mar 12
Actually, I never count my change anymore, I used to, but I no longer do it. Most of time, I get the right change, and, I think, that I prefer to have a little trust on people.
@syoti20 (5297)
• Philippines
22 Mar 12
Of course I do, every penny I spent is very important. I always check my change before leaving the counter. So far I've already learned my lesson.