Why do I need a receipt for a donut?
What Guys Said 41
You are right, but the thing is there are people out there who will claim they took a donut to work for the table at a meeting or something and want to claim that money back so they need to do it.
A lot of shops here know nobody wants it and will ask if you want the receipt if not they don't print one.
If you think they over charged you or gave you the wrong change, how would you prove you’d even bought it?
If you waited till you got home to eat it, and found it full of rat droppings or glass, or some other nasty, how would you prove where you bought it?
A receipt is simply proof of purchase.
I get your point completely, but hope you get mine too
1. Write offs.
2. Could be a requirement by the donut shop. No receipt could mean no ring up. I have worked on several cases where employees skipped the ring ups, kept track of those sales, and then pocketed the money.
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This sounds familiar pretty sure I read this before
It is just the way of things
You purchase something and you get a receipt it is irrelevant what it is
And who knows maybe it will be useful at some point
Like hey no I wasn't in that part of town murdering that guy because I was over in that other part of town getting a donut and here I have a receipt with a time stamp to prove it...
Here we have an app that gets you an electronic receipt instead of a paper receipt but only from stores signed up for it but there is quite a lot of them so not bad
I think it's mostly for bulk orders like if you ordered a dozen of a certain flavor and got the wrong amount or the wrong flavor you could be like "my receipt says this and you gave me the wrong thing"
Receipt generally is the document wizth the least data used, its not enough for cost documentation nor for VAT deduction in most countries. its purpose is documentation on spot, to prove that the seller will pay taxes for that transaction.
Many places are required to give or offer a receipt. It is also a good practice by a business. It ensures that the items were actually rang up correctly and that the cashier did not void the transaction and pocket the $.
Company policy. Its' central to every retail companies' policy to waste paper by offering receipts for everything.
Honestly, always printing them is wasteful.
Paper/plastic/etc should always be by request at restaurants and food stands. Our consumption is going to kill our society.
Receipts are needed by businesses for tax purposes. So it's a legal requirement to have documentation for every sale.
People claiming food allowance at work. Certain lucky individuals get to claim back what they spend on their working lunch and receipts are needed.
Because its common practice to give a receipt for ANY goods purchased.
If you ever get food poison that's your claim proof
In case of something wrong, it's proof that you bought it.
Did they stop you at the door to check your receipt? Lol.
It ruins the simple delicious Donut experience
Receipts serve as proof that a transaction happened and record the terms of that transaction. This can protect both the buyer and seller in the transaction. If a purchaser wishes to return or exchange an item their receipts shows that the item (s) was purchased from that vendor and not another, when it was purchased and for how much and in what form it was paid for.
What if you consume part of it because it was contaminated or bad in some way?
What if a suspect matches your description and rather than waiting for them to catch the right person, bamm you show them where you were.
For business people where they can deduct expenses when donuts were purchased for a client
"This donut has a fly in it!"
"How do we know you bought the donut HERE?"
Case you don't eat it or if you eat it their you can't get blamed for stealing
Because it's so unhealthy it'll make you feel like a tattoo chick, you'd want a receipt
It's a Simpson's donut
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What Girls Said 16
They gave you a receipt because they never know who’s going to be a psychopath and make a big scene if they don’t.
I once saw a woman curse out the employees at a dunkin and threaten to call corporate for not giving her a receipt for one donut that she paid for with pocket change.
Better safe than fired over a crazy person.
They are just doing their job. Just in case you think they charged you the wrong amount or something or didn’t give you the right change
They're legally required to give you a receipt. If they don't they can get in trouble for not keeping track of purchases. Most places ask if you want one but I guess the place you went to gave you one without asking.
Maybe if there was a locked restroom in the donut shop, and you might have to present proof of purchase to use the restroom? I've seen a café that does that.
Maybe if you didn't get the right amount of donuts or something happened to be wrong with your order? Idek 😂
Contractors use these reciepts for their taxes. Anything they get while "on the job" they can claim during tax time. :)
In case people do budgeting or put the payment under a business account to claim back gist or something?
So you can see how much they charged you & it's on paper.
I always get receipts when I buy stuff. That's the norm. It proves that the transaction happened.
Do they charge extra for the recipe?
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In case you get accused of stealing, you have proof that you made the purchase.
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