Opera theater calls to complain that you didn’t show up last night. You have to pay because you were a "no-show"!
1: Good evening, this is the Central Opera Theater.
2: My name’s Jack Greenford. I’m the manager of the theater.
3: Jack Greenford.
1: Good evening. We’re calling regarding the tickets you purchased for last night’s performance of The Marriage of Figaro.
2: It is embarrassing for us. We are a highly reputed theater. When all the seats aren’t occupied it doesn’t look good. We have a reputation to uphold, which is why we have customers sign our policy.
1: You didn’t show up. Why?
2: You already paid for the tickets but we have charged you an extra fee because you were a no-show.
1: We also have an agreement with telephone companies. This extra fee will be added to your telephone bill. This was also stated in our policy.
2: Well someone else must have used your telephone to make the reservation.
3: Check your call records, to figure out who used your phone.
1: The reservation was made last Friday at 7:13 PM.
2: You are responsible.
3: It’s clearly stated in our policy acknowledgement you signed.
1: We are willing to waive the fee if you purchase season tickets for next year. They are currently being offered at our special price of 500 pounds.
2: Would you also like to make a donation of 25 pounds to the extension of our auditorium project? The extra size will allow us to add another 700 seats.
3: We hope you will continue to support our productions of Mozart’s celebrated work.
Thank you. The charge will show on your next telephone statement. Goodbye.
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