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  • Report:  #1944

Complaint Review: Dairy Queen - Litchfield Illinois

Reported By:
- Coffeen, IL,
Submitted:
Mon, April 03, 2000
Updated:
Sun, July 12, 2009

Dairy Queen
910 W. Union Litchfield, 62017 Illinois, U.S.A.
Phone:
217-324-5225
Web:
N/A
Categories:
Sales People

Charles Banney worked at the Litchfield Dairy Queen for over a year, he was promised a raise in Jan. of 2000, but never received one, finally fed up one night he quit. When he first started working, Dairy Queen deducted from his pay checks for his uniforms - the amount of $50.00. When he quit, he returned them and they refused to give him back his deposit because of the way he quit. Manager/Owner, Mr. Price said that because he did not give a two week notice, he can not have his deposit back on the uniforms. Charles Banney says he never signed any form notifing him that if he quits without notice, he will forfiet his $50.00 deposit on the uniforms. Dairy Queen has his uniforms, but Charles doesn't have his deposit.



8 Updates & Rebuttals

Diogenes

Averill Park,
New York,
U.S.A.
Geezz

#2Consumer Comment

Sun, July 12, 2009

That report that you responded to is over 4 years old ( the original is 9 years old ). I'm sure he is still hanging around here waiting on responses........


Smokingunlady

KENOSHA,
Wisconsin,
U.S.A.
sorry Ashley...

#3Consumer Comment

Sun, July 12, 2009

not a word I have come in contact a lot but you are correct I misspelled it. I have no problem admitting that I was ripping on that Jerk but I was really upset because there is no need to be so down on anyone that is willing to work. I work with plenty of people that show up only to collect the paycheck, they don't do a lot of anything. Have a good one.


Ashley

Springfield,
Missouri,
U.S.A.
Wow

#4Consumer Comment

Mon, June 29, 2009

You are ripping on someone for misspelling words, and you feel the need to spell "Moron" incorrectly. Its MORON.... not MORAN Thanks.


Smokingunlady

KENOSHA,
Wisconsin,
U.S.A.
Just another opinion

#5Consumer Comment

Sun, June 28, 2009

This is to the last MORAN that responded: Don't knock on the People that are venting here if you don't even know how to spell you duffus. By the way you spell that tells me that you probly don't know how to do math either, so what if he made $8.50 an hour and was able to manage for a while, expense don't always stay the same Momma Boy. But I guess if you have never had to live on your own and always mooch off of others you'd never know that. OMG (for MR or MRS MORAN by the way that would be Oh My God) this just makes me so mad. Don't judge unless you want to be judged. So I don't care if you judge me now but you are an ASS for these People being honest working People and doing whatever it takes to keep their job in this economy. This is only my Opinion... and you can all keep the "CHANGE" I don't want any of it.


Keith

Barto,
Pennsylvania,
U.S.A.
dairy queen You didnt read, you just signed

#6UPDATE Employee

Tue, June 28, 2005

first off, you do sign papers stating that aoout your uniform when you apply. You didnt read, you just signed. second of all, your uniform wasnt $50. mine was only $15. Third of all, dairy queen is a franchise, so the owenr of the store has control of your pay not dairy queen. And now for tat moron that lost "everything." if you could survive on $8.50 an hour stop living a more expensive life you can handle or get a new job.


Keith

Barto,
Pennsylvania,
U.S.A.
dairy queen You didnt read, you just signed

#7UPDATE Employee

Tue, June 28, 2005

first off, you do sign papers stating that aoout your uniform when you apply. You didnt read, you just signed. second of all, your uniform wasnt $50. mine was only $15. Third of all, dairy queen is a franchise, so the owenr of the store has control of your pay not dairy queen. And now for tat moron that lost "everything." if you could survive on $8.50 an hour stop living a more expensive life you can handle or get a new job.


Keith

Barto,
Pennsylvania,
U.S.A.
dairy queen You didnt read, you just signed

#8UPDATE Employee

Tue, June 28, 2005

first off, you do sign papers stating that aoout your uniform when you apply. You didnt read, you just signed. second of all, your uniform wasnt $50. mine was only $15. Third of all, dairy queen is a franchise, so the owenr of the store has control of your pay not dairy queen. And now for tat moron that lost "everything." if you could survive on $8.50 an hour stop living a more expensive life you can handle or get a new job.


Peter

Venice,
Florida,
U.S.A.
DQ practices this regularly

#9UPDATE EX-employee responds

Sat, October 09, 2004

I too worked for DQ. I was promoted to a manager with a raise. I waited 3 weeks for my raise to go through, with no results, so I talked to the GM, was told it was a office error and would be corrected. no luck. told the owner, Tom Regan, about the situation, no results. I pretty much harrased all of management about this for 2 months and all i got was lip service! went to work in a new store that opened in sarasota, fl and found my check to be short 20 hrs of overtime! meanwhile my bills piled up, my car died beacuse i couldnt afford to maintain it, and eventualy got evicted from my apt because i couldnt pay my rent on the $8.50/hr they were still paying me. (btw i kept telling managment about all of the problems they were creating) i finally had to put in my 2 week notice and am now moving back to NY. This is such a shame because other than payroll problems, DQ is a wonderful company to work for. I truly loved my job with them, which is why i put up with so much from them.

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