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When TikToker and content creator Emily Hebert (@spookywiener) recently tried to purchase a desk chair online, the retailer asked if she wanted to leave a tip. While tipping is integral to the American service industry, some could argue that the practice has gotten out of control.
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Hebert’s bewildered expression says it all as she rolls her eyes up toward the online tip selection feature.
TikTok viewers wonder if the tips actually go to employees
Viewers were equally astonished by the unorthodox tipping request, especially considering the lack of evidence that the website actually allocates tips to the company’s employees.
“I would literally have to cancel for the simple audacity of them,” one user declared.
“Basically, they’re asking if you’d like to voluntarily pay more. No way is that tip going to workers,” one viewer noted.
“Tips are for people who make less than minimum wage,” stated one user adamantly.
While many employees rely on tips to support themselves, customers also want to know where their money is going.
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