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indosavior indosavior 18-21, M 7 Answers Aug 23 in Community

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I tip for service given not service anticipated.

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No,after.

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No way. It makes people lose motivation

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have you ever done it before or this is a theory?

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It's the golden rule of consumer/vendor motivation - never pay up front.

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i'm just saying. how would you know if you've never tried?

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I have done it the pre-payment way. I learned the hard way that the golden rule is real.

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No .. I tip based on performance.

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nope

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Quite an interesting question..AND did you know that in the old days, the word 'tip' meant 'to improve performance' and the tip was given BEFORE the meal?
I don't know what era it was, but I read that somewhere years ago.

NOT a very good idea today, though!!!!!!!!

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No

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