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on: July 14, 2011, 22:39
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By BonnieRobinson on June 27, 2008, 03:31:24 AM
I had a couple of clients during my first couple of months give me a "tip" after a session saying that its a "service" and as such they give a tip. I found this rather odd but didn't know what to say so just accepted it as in each case they had already written the check over. It was only a 10% tip in each case so not a large amount.

Now however when people have tried as they still have I simply ask them if they general tip their health professionals and when they inevitably say they don't then I say well I am an alternative health professional so you do not need to tip me either.

Has this ever happened to you and if it has how did you handle it? Is this the proper way to handle this or is there a better way to do so.

Bonnie Robinson
Prescott, Arizona

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By John Page on October 04, 2008, 01:39:59 PM
Hey

If you spend some time and search the meaning of a tip, you will find that the your customer thought you did a service above that of your pay scale was rated and want to let you know that.

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By Patrick G on October 05, 2008, 12:27:16 AM
In the past I would sometimes have someone over-pay a little. I asked them not to, as it is a professional service and there is no reason to do so. Sometimes they act a little offended so I accept it, but don't like to.
Since the most recent time I raised my rates, I have not had anyone do this, and they are still happy with the cost for sessions.

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