This reviewer was appalled at what happened last Saturday, Sept.7 when ordering pizza for my mother and me from Dominos Pizza. Mom complained about the price of the small pizza, which was gluten free. Thin crust was not my favorite. The cashier gave Mom the change and the pizza but let her get all the way to the parking lot before finding out from me that there were two sodas with the order.She complained about the price but went back inside for the 20 ounce cokes.
One of the three people at the store counter knew of the sodas and still let my mother get all the way to the parking lot before my telling her of the sodas. Even though the complaining about the price was my mother's fault, it was a sin of all three of those men to let her walk out of the store withonly half of her order. It was known that no one wanted any treatment like that, even if they were complaining. Not everyone remembered the Golden Rule of doing unto others or the eighth and ninth commandments which read:
Exodus 20:15-16 (NIV)
15 “You shall not steal.
16 “You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.
Right now, they had special a 2 topping pizza for 5.99. Using the app on my smart phone, there was no special offered like that on line. Ordering a small 10 -inch two topping pizza was a better option than the larger portions just for two people. The gluten free crust was my error in all fairness, which made the pizza a little more expensive.
For the price paid on last week's lunch, buying a Tombstone or DiGornos pizza from the supermarket would have been better. Mom and me both agreed that was what the crust tasted like on their pizza. This hurt us both because two months ago the stor manager called thanking me for a five star rating given after my order of a lunch special which was a Mediteranean oven sandwhich a Chicken bacon pasta bowl, and a 20 ounce coke.
Because of the way the people treated Mom when she picked up the food, my five star rating slipped to a three. They never did this when delivering my food.