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If a cashier or other low level employee makes a financial decision in your favor ("keep the change" or "I'll let you use that coupon even if it expired" etc.), without checking with a manager/owner, may one rely on that employee, or is it considered stealing.? Does it matter if the store is owned by a Jew or a gentile? Please cite sources.

If a cashier or other low level employee makes a financial decision in your favor ("keep the change" or "I'll let you use that coupon even if it expired" etc.) without checking with a manager/owner may one rely on that employee or is it stealing. Does it matter if the store is owned by a Jew or a gentile? Please cite sources.

If a cashier or other low level employee makes a financial decision in your favor ("keep the change" or "I'll let you use that coupon even if it expired" etc.), without checking with a manager/owner, may one rely on that employee, or is it considered stealing? Does it matter if the store is owned by a Jew or a gentile? Please cite sources.

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If a cashier or other low level employee makes a financial decision in your favor ("keep the change" or "I'll let you use that coupon even if it expired" etc.) without checking with a manager/owner may one rely on that employee or is it stealing. Does it matter if the store is owned by a Jew or a gentile? Please cite sources.