If there’s one thing more ridiculous than Black Friday deals, it’s the people who live and breathe for those deals. People camp all day and night on Thanksgiving to hopefully get the chance to snag a heavily discounted item, but when they don’t get it, they take to Facebook with their complaints.
Seizing the opportunity to “help,” some pranksters created fake customer service accounts to give some helpful and hilarious feedback to disgruntled holiday shoppers.
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