- Report: #543945
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Complaint Review: Rey Pizza
Rey Pizza2486 SW 137th Ave Miami, Florida United States of America
Rey Pizza Rey's Pizza keeps charging homeless tax to its customers, and when you complaint they give you an attitude and tell you not to comeback if you are not willing to pay. Rude very rude!! The employees in the pizzeria want to make you believe that this charge they name homeless tax is legal. I researched and is not. This business is not a charity organization We called the police on t Miami, Florida
*Consumer Suggestion: Actually... this is not a rip off...
*Consumer Comment: It's real. It's the law.
Rey's Pizza is charging customers a percentage of what they spend as a homeless tax. I refused to pay it and they gave me an attitude and were very rude!
Sunday December 20th, the same thing happened to my sister in law. The manager of the stablisment even told her that in Rey's Pizza they will not forget a face, and trow her the 24c they were charging her.
She called the police on them, but they insisted that the homeless tax were legal. They are not a charity organization. The manager gave the police the Florida Status, and in no place were showing that this people should be charging that! Donation for the homeless is one thing and being ripoff is another thing they use homeless tax as a cover!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/22/2009 06:12 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Rey-Pizza/Miami-Florida-/Rey-Pizza-Reys-Pizza-keeps-charging-homeless-tax-to-its-customers-and-when-you-complaint-543945. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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