Lousy Tippers started recording user generated data in 2007, but has remained relatively quiet until gaining recent attention in articles on Eater, Creative Loafing in Atlanta, and most recently Eating Our Words. Lousy Tippers allows users to submit first and last names, address of the business where the tip stiffing occurred, total bill and amount of tip, and then after a basic (are you a human) math test, their submission to the database is logged.
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To be fair, Shilcutt admits the database is as shady as a man selling watches from the inside of a trench coat but either way diners might want to be mindful. The next time you fill out your credit card receipt and leave a crappy tip you could end up with your full name exposed in a public shaming on the website.