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'I spent hundreds of unnecessary dollars in oil changes': Man finds out his car's odometer was set to kilometers instead of miles 7 years after he bought it

New fear unlocked. So, this man bought a used car about seven years ago. Everything checked out, the car ran great, and all of the paperwork was in order. The only peculiar thing he noticed was that he was putting "miles" on the car pretty fast, but he didn't think much of it because he drove a lot and took a lot of weekend trips. Fast forward SEVEN years when he took the car into the shop. After arguing with the technician about how many miles were on the car, the OP uncovered the truth.
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11 reddit text images employee debacle | thumbnail "/MaliciousCompliance + Join u/CinnamonBunBun · 13h 3 9 2 5 Sure, l'll keep my meals under $30 as per the policy. I'll make sure it's $30 Every. Single. While in the past I might have billed $100 for the entire month because I didn't bother to eat, I am now billing twice or three times that. I also used to push myself to keep working all day but now"

Ridiculous Workplace Policy Leaves Disgruntled Employee Compliantly Spending To The Limit

Milk your company for all its worth
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