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Author Topic: Lack of Change is it Greed or Stupidity  (Read 15969 times)

Online James999

Read the thread Jimmy, Cashpoints often don't dish out Tenners or Fivers  :sarcastic:

Offline Ted Bear

Happend to me once met a WG for a punt with anal £100 - surprise surprise she could not 'too big'! So ask I to stay for 30min she says yes thats £70... She had no change and I gave her 5x20's - Forgot to break a 20 on route :dash:
Ended up staying the hour when 30min would of served the punt just fine.

Also I think Tesco cashpoint spit out Fivers??? I used one to withdraw £10 and 2 fivers spat out.  Not sure if you can select a single fiver as an option like hsbc used to tho

Offline k

I once saw a punter give a party host £120 in £1 pound coins as payment, and as it was payment on exit it was a case of that or nothing.
He went in with a big bulge in his trousers, and came out without it.

Offline Tailpipe

Those who don't generally use ATM's ---------------- so you would draw out the right money, if the girl charges £79 you could give her £1 tip.    :hi:


You are in a good mood this morning  :D

I have done my bit for the London black cab market place must have spent £120 on cabs this weekend.
I tipped everyone of them, and had plenty put the world to rights banter with all of them. :D

Offline Jimmyredcab

Read the thread Jimmy, Cashpoints often don't dish out Tenners or Fivers  :sarcastic:

Then go into a shop and buy a newspaper, problem solved.     :dash:

Online James999

Then go into a shop and buy a newspaper, problem solved.     :dash:

I don't want a newspaper  :dash:

Offline Jimmyredcab

I don't want a newspaper  :dash:

Buy some jelly babies then.     :hi:

Online James999

Buy some jelly babies then.     :hi:

And give them to her deducting htme from her fee of course  :hi:

Offline NIK

I was going to the pub a couple of weeks ago and hadn't got enough money on me. There was a cash point across the road outside a Spar Shop - the only convenient one. It was out of order with a notice on it saying get cash from the shop. I went in and asked him for a tenner. He told me I had to spend a minimum of £2.50. I didn't want anything.

Offline Jimmyredcab

I was going to the pub a couple of weeks ago and hadn't got enough money on me.

Many people use their credit card to buy a pint ------------------ that drives me mad, I am sure some people have never heard of cash.     :dash: :dash:

Offline random

I only once ever needed change and that was for a £50 but I got it. That was despite the girl being a lying cheat and it being a bad punt.

i allways have the correct amount counted out and folded in one pocket. I dont want the pro seeing any more cash or she might get ideas. I know if i wanted change the ho will say she doesnt have any which would really annoy and i would ask if she could round the figure down which would piss her off not conducive to a good punt.

Offline overhead

Many people use their credit card to buy a pint ------------------ that drives me mad, I am sure some people have never heard of cash.     

Reminds me of the feeling I get when stuck at the back of a long queue in WH Smith watching the people up the front buying newspapers with credit cards.

Many people use their credit card to buy a pint ------------------ that drives me mad, I am sure some people have never heard of cash.     :dash: :dash:

I can be guilty of that, but only to get cashback in the Spoons in Romford. As it is such an hassle to find a cashpoint close by that has not been pissed over.

Online James999

Reminds me of the feeling I get when stuck at the back of a long queue in WH Smith watching the people up the front buying newspapers with credit cards.

Makes common sense, no risk of losing the cash, spending the banks money and getting free credit for 45 days or so, in built receipt system, much better than a pocketfull of cash  :D

Offline philboi

Many people use their credit card to buy a pint ------------------ that drives me mad, I am sure some people have never heard of cash.     :dash: :dash:

You need to move into the 21 century Jimmy.
I hardly ever use cash! If they take a credit card, I'll use it!!

My card in linked to a points system. The more I spend on it the more points I get :)
Every year I earn enough points to use them for a FREE 1 or 2 week full board holiday!

Even my regular WG's are moving on... Three of them I pay via bank transfer and another one on Barclays Pingit.  :thumbsup:

Offline Marmalade

Those who don't generally use ATM's ---------------- so you would draw out the right money, if the girl charges £79 you could give her £1 tip.    :hi:

I think I'd make a point of giving her the coins.
 :hi:

Offline k

Many people use their credit card to buy a pint ------------------ that drives me mad, I am sure some people have never heard of cash.     :dash: :dash:
Well in the "good old days" before people got into using credit cards there were Luncheon Vouchers.  It was far more frustrating than credit cards when in a queue and someone was paying with these, as they tended to be low denominations.

Cynthia Payne must have had suitcases of them.

Offline NIK

Well in the "good old days" before people got into using credit cards there were Luncheon Vouchers.  It was far more frustrating than credit cards when in a queue and someone was paying with these, as they tended to be low denominations.

Cynthia Payne must have had suitcases of them.

Even before my time! I have heard of them though.  How did they work and can you still get them?

Offline CoolTiger

Even before my time! I have heard of them though.  How did they work and can you still get them?

Not seen them in action for 15+ years.

Were usually provided by an Employer, given to Employees as a tax-free voucher. Employees could then
use these at various restaurants/ take-aways for buying lunch, whilst working away from work.

It was a way of ensuring that Employees got a a tax-free amount, whilst also ensuring that they could only
use it at one of these recognised places. AFAIR, I only remember using them at McD or Burger King, but
recall Bernies Steak Inn also accepting them. 

Offline CoolTiger

Whenever requesting cash at ATMs, it is not always easy to get £5 notes...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15295195

Offline k

Not seen them in action for 15+ years.

Were usually provided by an Employer, given to Employees as a tax-free voucher. Employees could then
use these at various restaurants/ take-aways for buying lunch, whilst working away from work.

It was a way of ensuring that Employees got a a tax-free amount, whilst also ensuring that they could only
use it at one of these recognised places. AFAIR, I only remember using them at McD or Burger King, but
recall Bernies Steak Inn also accepting them.
I know some supermarkets used to accept them.  And of course Cynthia Payne did for Luncheon Vouchers what Marianne Faithfull did for Mars bars.

i allways have the correct amount counted out and folded in one pocket.

You mean you don't keep your donation in a crisp white enevelope ???

You mean you don't keep your donation in a crisp white enevelope ???

This is the way I do it.  Gives the process a certain professionalism. (recycle the ones from the bank).  :cool:

Offline cunnyhunt

I give the correct money, I do not have cash for extras, everything is agreed before a meet, girls that try for extra cash are disapointed.

I use a card for all things in daily life


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