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Me personally, I don't take rejection well. And if it were from an employer, I'd not feel very confident about my standing with the company.
To that end, I asked three times very strongly for a raise with a particular employer. Each time only to be told that I had to do more and more to get the raise. Each time I did, but with no promised raise coming. So I left the company, I had no other choice. They made it clear they didn't value my services properly.
Here are some tips on how to go about asking (make sure you have your back up plan in mind though!):