I almost do the zumba dance after knowing I got shortchanged by this dishonest sales clerk of a botica somewhere in Greenpark.
This is how the story goes…
It just happened that I have two 100 peso bill on my pocket. The first 100 bill left my pocket when I gas up my ride. Then I went to a this botica to buy a couch syrup for my stubborn cough. The sales clerk is kinda jerky as I order the cough syrup. She ask, tell and brag anything about this cough syrup, saying something like (Sir hiyang ba sa inyo ito? Mabisa ito at mura pa!, Eto ba madalas nyong bilhin? etc…)
After nodding to all that she says. She finally hand it over to me then I paid her with my remaining 100 bill. She saw me having difficulty reading the brand name (because at that time I’m not wearing my eyeglass).
Afterwards she came forward while I was still figuring out the brand name and hand over my change. I got surprised that its only P13 pesos when the cough syrup only cost P37 pesos. She should have gave me P63.I asked her hurriedly about my incorrect change which she likewise quickly reacted by displaying a P50 peso bill she blatantly stretched with her two hands. “Sir this is what you gave me!” she said. I’m kinda startled of her quick reaction (nakuha ako sa biglaan) and at the same time confused with what she says, I still nod and told her OK. But deep in my mind, I know there’s something wrong here.
Its only on my way home that I realized I was deceived by that botica sales clerk at Greenpark.
The fact that;
- I only have 100 peso bill
- The P50 she was holding was supposed to be included on my change from my P100 (P63 dapat pero yung P13 lang inabot nya)
- Let’s just say that the P50 bill is mine. She goes to the cash register, got my P13 pesochange, then came back to me still holding the P50? Isn’t that kinda weird?
- She’s a real mean con-girl so BEWARE!!!!
I decided to go back, but wattaheck, pamasko ko na lang sa kanya yun! 😡