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802 S Perkins Rd, Stillwater, OK, 74074, US
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Family Dollar - District and store manager.

It’s been thru my employment time. Your district manager (Tabitha) of the Stillwater Oklahoma family dollar location did nothing when she was informed that extra money was being kept in the safe like anywhere between 2-25$ and the store manager (Dawn) was stealing money from the store and trying to blame it on me. I’ve showed screen shots and everything about how her store is run. She will not do anything about it. You all got people doing sketchy stuff with merchandise and money at store number 05117. I talked to Tabitha and Dawn about the money and there only excuse is they money eventually showed back up. And Stephanie (assistant manager) keeps everything written down in her note book she keeps at work.

Desired outcome: Maybe actually send someone from outside the store and district to investigate. Also you could fire the district manger because she is just watching everything happen and chooses to do nothing because it’s less paper work.

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Sep 21, 2023 5:45 pm EDT

It’s not book keeping. She writes down everything from the time she clocks in to her declare and random notes. So you Howard aka the district managers husband can sit back down.

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Howard Radford
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Sep 21, 2023 6:11 pm EDT

"Cushion Money" do you mean petty cash? That's the only money along with the deposit that belongs to the store. But she is stealing from the store some money that doesn't even belong to the store? Can you make this make sense? If the manager wants to take random notes that's fine. Spot checks should probably be done in more stores.

It's starting to sound like you probably aren't stealing and trying to discredit your accusers. You are just incompetent. They do check cameras when metrics shows a discrepancy. If all the declares and deposits are accurate, there isn't an excessive amount of voids, overrides, refunds, damages, cycle counts are consistent, shrink is low, then only random spot checks would be necessary.

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Stillwater, US
Sep 21, 2023 11:34 pm EDT
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First off the messed up money was going on long before I got there I was told to watch out for that lady. Cushion money is cushion money. Store money is store money that’s why I said she stealing money from the store. I already talked to the necessary people and don’t need to continue arguing with you. For some reason you rather make excuses and manipulate the situation.

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Howard Radford
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Sep 22, 2023 6:30 am EDT
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Cushion money is cushion money, that's your best argument. Do you mean petty cash as it's listed on your cash control sheets. Nobody anywhere has ever referred to it as cushion money. Can you explain what cushion money is because if it's not petty cash and it's not deposit cash. I don't know what it is because it shouldn't exist. My store keeps $700 petty cash. To make sure you understand what petty cash is I'll explain. Petty cash is the used to put $100 in each register for which we have two and the last $500 is kept in the safe usually in the form of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, ones, and fives. When a register gets low on one of those denominations we swap higher denominations for lower denominations that are low. When the safe gets low on each denomination we go to the bank and swap out the higher denominations to get lower denominations. The store deposit cash is the sum of cash accepted from sales transactions, which should be equal to the total sum of cash in the store minus the petty cash by the end of day. Other then that no other cash exists except the few cents customers may leave behind because they don't want their change. Not really enough to be concerned about and usually depletes from customers who are a few cents short or at my store if it actually build up to several dollars we use to increase sales numbers on the sales competition item. Is that maybe what you consider stealing. It really isn't because that money doesn't belongs to the store it belongs to the customer that left it behind who probably doesn't care how the money is used. If the manager wants to take it to buy themselves a soda nobody cares.

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Howard Radford
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Sep 21, 2023 1:02 pm EDT

You say the safe always has extra money and you are saying that means the manager is stealing. Sounds like you don't know what you are talking about. Proper bookkeeping would require keeping a notebook. Sounds like you got caught stealing and are trying to discredit your accusers.

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Stillwater, US
Sep 21, 2023 5:40 pm EDT
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You just don’t understand what’s going on. The safes cushion money is different from the money that she has been stealing. The boss already admitted it to me and asked if the money always comes back up what’s the problem. The problem is it’s on my paperwork so when she does get caught it’s not on HER paperwork. Instead of thinking of excuses why don’t y’all actually watch video footage and talk to other employees about what’s going on.

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