No matter how great the product or how strong the marketing, no company is immune to public backlash. For decades, consumers have used their wallets to make a statement, from the political to the personal.
And in the social media age, negative news spreads faster than ever. Here are 26 examples of companies that faced outrage for actions that range from launching thoughtless advertising campaigns to producing dangerous chemicals. Find out what these companies did that inspired public outcry.
Last updated: June 15, 2020. Pictured: Tucker Carlson speaks onstage during Politicon 2018 at Los Angeles Convention Center on October 21, 2018.
Host Tucker Carlson, in the June 8 edition of his Fox News program “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” said about the growing anti-racism protests across the country, “This may be a lot of things, this moment we’re living through, but it is definitely not about black lives, and remember that when … Read More
, but usually you have to work for it.
And while they say there is no such thing as free lunch, there is such a thing as free money!
You can indeed get free money.
There are actually a few ways…
But one of the easiest ways is taking advantage of bonuses and promotional offers that many companies offer.
Think bonus for opening a new savings/checking account, bonus for applying for a new credit card, etc.
In 2015, companies spent nearly $600 billion worldwide in advertising, with a big portion of it going to giving new customers bonuses for signing up.
This is basically free money for you.
Now, getting a small $5 bonus from a company doesn’t sound like much, but combine that with the money being given by more companies and you’ve got yourself hundreds and even thousands of dollars.
Now finding companies that essentially giveaway free money
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