I've been checking out the Walmart and Target complaints lately, and I've noticed that almost ALL of them have comments written right after, claiming to have been posted by the OP as an after thought.
Now let me explain something I learned recently. Apparently, some companies will hire people to go online and say good things about them. You know, give positive reviews certain places, just hype them up in general". Usually, this is done under the guise of being a consumer|. These employees also defend the company to negative online posts,.
After reading a bunch of legit complaints, followed by an "afterthought" comment of the "OP", saying things like really they were drunk so that's what they REMEMBER happening, or that really they were trying to scam Walmart, or that their daughter who was recently fired from Target was constantly late for work and sometimes did not show up and did not bother calling. but how could Walmart or Target know? I think it's pretty clear what is going on;. One of these online make-Walmart or Target -look-good people is pretending to be these posters and making up things to make their complaints look uncredible, and make the OPs look like fools;. I do not think this is ethical, or even legal,. I think it's rather disgusting and sneaky as well, and not the behavior of an honest company;. Take a look for yourself'. Someone even caught that happening, and wrote another comment saying the absurd one's weren't them, but the original post was.