Tip jars can generate controversy wherever they appear, from sub shops soliciting "for the sandwich artists" to sports arenas where purchasers of $6.25 beers encounter an empty cup asking for more.
"They're everywhere. And it's frustrating for customers who don't want to tip if the level of service doesn't warrant it," Philadelphia-area business psychologist Larina Kase said.
At least in cyberspace, nobody can see you're not tipping. Plus, bloggers write thank-you notes. (Macon.com, 04/17/05.)
Read Laurence Simon's post, Looking back in anger?
Related my post, DROPCASH CAMPAIGN.