I say something like, "You've been SO helpful today. What is your name?". Then I thank the person, using their name. You don't want to push in a way that will cause suspicion. The deposit slip has coded info on the cash drawer and teller that would have been logged in.
I had 8 shops scheduled for Thursday and Friday. One business closed in 2010 (eight YEARS ago); another one closed in March of this year.
The MSC required me to go to the location and get a photo of the building, with the current tenant(s) in the building.
So, yeah, added to a long list of targeted employees who no longer work at the location (drives me CRAZY), I just about assume the MSC's info is out of date.
Eight years is a little extreme.
You should definitely get paid.
I wish I could remember where I saw this: A cashier had a picture ID and I looked at the picture and the person on the ID was nearly bald... but the person helping me had a full head of hair!@mjt9598 wrote:
Sometimes employees wear other people's name tags when they forget theirs.
Yes, I know that from reading the first post. I just can't imagine you not getting paid. You did everything you could and reported on the name you heard, not to mention describing him. Even if they deliberately gave you a wrong name, you'd think they could review their tapes to see if someone was working at that day and time who matched the description that you gave in your report. Hope it all turns out well for you!@janalou wrote:
It is a bank...