15 Examples Proving How Companies Make Us Feel Cheated. We’re Paying More and More for Less and Less

    15 Examples Proving How Companies Make Us Feel Cheated. We’re Paying More and More for Less and Less

    15 Examples Proving How Companies Make Us Feel Cheated. We’re Paying More and More for Less and Less
    Greg
    6:29 PM EST, February 24, 2023, updated: 2:15 PM EST, February 26, 2023

    The customer is always right. Or they used to be. Today we are nothing but a prey falling to a number of cunning tricks. Manufacturers go to great lengths to reduce costs but it is us who pay the higher price in the end.

    #15 Regular shampoo versus its XXL version

    F_for_Respect_69 / reddit
    F_for_Respect_69 / reddit

    #14 The same container in terms of size but definitely smaller in terms of the content

    klounader / reddit
    klounader / reddit

    #13 The new (on the left) does not necessarily mean 'better' than the old (on the right)

    Flying_Dutchmen_13/ reddit
    Flying_Dutchmen_13/ reddit

    #12 One twist less for your dog

    Warmingsensation / reddit
    Warmingsensation / reddit

    #11 If you didn't keep the old bottle, you probably would have never noticed the difference

    Monckfish / reddit
    Monckfish / reddit

    #10 Both packets are alleged to contain 500 grams of chips, but the new ones (the green ones) have got lots of free... air! To share!

    ipnoze
    ipnoze

    #9 After a month the box of garbage drawstring bags somehow shrank. The price, unfortunately, did not

    Twitter/wulkes
    Twitter/wulkes

    #8 So did the family size of this orange juice cartons. Still, the price has not changed

    Twitter/Carole Luck
    Twitter/Carole Luck

    #7 The shrinking disease also affects chocolate bars. Just take a look at the older version (at the bottom)

    Reddit/Flying_Dutchmen_13
    Reddit/Flying_Dutchmen_13

    #6 The chips seem to be smaller too. And so are the tubes.The price? Some things never change!

    Twitter/CalamitytheKid
    Twitter/CalamitytheKid

    #5 In 2014 Coca-Cola reduced the size of plastic bottles from 2 liters to 1.75 Of course in order to keep the price steady

    Facebook/Nan's SuperValu Ballymun
    Facebook/Nan's SuperValu Ballymun

    #3 The packet is much lighter. The price is not

    Facebook/dekingstars
    Facebook/dekingstars

    #1 It's getting more and more for some drinks to come in various volumes, still at the same price

    putinmania / reddit
    putinmania / reddit

    BONUS IMAGE: Did you really think they keep piles of towels there?

    zakuria44 / reddit
    zakuria44 / reddit
    Have you ever caught the food industry red-handed?
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