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At Pizza Hut, we were about to leave a service tip when D observed that the bill already had levied a 10% service charge. How a service establishment can fix a fixed service charge is beyond my understanding. Do service charges scale linearly with the size of the group being served? Would you leave a tip of Rs 500 when your bill is Rs 5,000?
On a general note, I’d prefer to not leave a tip when the bill already levies a service charge. And, I’d prefer to not host a party at that service establishment.
What do you think?
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