Published: Nov 16, 2011 10:10 PM EST

NAPLES, Fla.- It's your money and WINK News discovered one Collier County restaurant is billing patrons more than they owe. Pennies more, but for customers, that's one penny too much.

Zookies customers are confused over receipts like, where sales are rounded after tax.

Tom Nagy, the point of sales representative for Zookies, say they round for convenience to keep from paying out change, but some customers say they don't want to foot the bill.

Employees with the establishment pointed out that not all receipts are rounded up.

Many customers have taken their frustrations to social networking sites like Facebook.

Not a single instance was found on Facebook of a check being rounded down, as one employee suggested sometimes happens.

Even though it's pennies people are losing, speculation is that it could be big buisness when customer count is high.

Nagy says Zookies has broken no law and that the restaurant is paying taxes on the total sale. Nagy says any customer who is angry about the rounding will be given back the rounded amount.