Restaurant Pay-At-Table Device Inaccurate Tip Amounts  – Class Action Investigation

Chimicles Schwartz Kriner Donaldson-Smith is investigating a class action lawsuit alleging certain restaurants of providing customers inaccurate recommended tip amounts on restaurant checks provided through pay-at-table devices. Specifically, it is alleged that the tip amounts recommended on these pay-at-table devices  are far higher than the associated percentage. For example, the 18% tip amount on a $25 may be presented as being $9 via the electronic receipt, even though an 18% tip on a $25 meal would be $4.50.

If you believe you paid a higher tip amount due to alleged inaccurate tip amounts reflected on a restaurant’s pay-at-table device, please contact the attorney(s) listed below.

Restaurant Inaccurate Tips (#202)

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Attorneys for this case:

Benjamin F. Johns