While most of us often have a few companies we trust our lives with, as it turns out, not all is as “good” as it seems.
In a recent Reddit thread, one user posed the question, “What ‘insider’ secrets does the company you work for NOT want it’s customers to find out?” and the answers will pretty much shock you.
Here are some of our favorites:
As it turns out, that “Made in the USA” tag isn’t really something you can trust.
A nice “tip” to know in case you find yourself in an unenviable situation where your credit rating is much less important than having access to clean safe drinking water.
And this is exactly why people can’t have nice things.
Just throwing it out there in case it wasn’t common knowledge yet.
Although it takes a huge amount of skill and talent to take something “rotting” and make it look and taste extremely special, it’s just not something that I’d be willing to pay for anymore after knowing this.
While this was extremely heartwarming to read, here’s to hoping that “valiantfreak” doesn’t get sued for patent infringement for what he just did.
So much for credit card security, eh?
I’ll just leave this out here for those who like their fancy watches.
There you have it, some of our favorite “insider secrets”.
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