I was shopping today and paid with a local bank debit card (not Visa, MasterCard or some international card, just an ATM card issued by a local bank). Normally there would be 3 identical receipts and I would have to sign 2 receipts, one for the retailer (let's just call it the R), one for the bank (the B). The third receipt (the C) is for the customer, i.e. me, and is not necessarily signed.
So, the situation is: I only signed the R receipt and was given the B receipt (instead of the C receipt as it should be). That is due to the mistake of the new and maybe inexperienced checkout clerk. I was not paying attention either and found out about it at home. Anyway, money was deducted from my bank account already and I have the log of the transaction in the bank's online banking app.
My question is, would I have any issues and hassles later with the "incident" today? More specifically, would I be asked to pay again or deducted from my bank account a second time? I'm definitely confident that this was not my fault to get the wrong receipt. Sorry if this might sound naïve and silly cause I don't have a lot of knowledge and experience about finance.