On Aug 18 I had lunch at Les Chefs, and used my DVC discount. I presented my DVC card, and he asked for my driver's license too. I gave it to him, and asked why. He said so servers could not run things through on a DVC discount and pocket the discount difference if I was paying cash. I had not problem presenting my ID, but that explaination makes no sense. How do servers have DVC cards to run through unless the customer gives them one? He looked at my drivers license quite closely, as if to check that is was fake or real. No problem, but being from France, is he really that familiar with the different states drivers licenses to spot a fake? I don't think I could. Then he returned it to me. If it was a possible server pocketing the difference problem, wouldn't someone else need to look at it as well. It just makes no sense. Again, no problem showing it. It is the only restaurant I used DVC discount. Has anyone else been asked for ID? Can someone give a more logical explaination? I think I have read on here that managers need to do Tables in Wonderland adjustment. It would have made more sense if manager had done this, or even been shown the ID.