Questions and AnswersWhat’s a scam that everyone just accepts? xHomicide24x1 year ago471 mins What’s a scam that everyone just accepts? Post navigation Previous: Which movie character or real person can be identified by a single line said by them?Next: what is the most craziest thing you know about the universe? 47 thoughts on “What’s a scam that everyone just accepts?” Big government. Robbing Peter to pay Paul, while depending on Paul to survive. *cough cough* Insurance rates *cough* Cryptocurrencies. Health insurance premiums and inflated hospital bills The mark up in movie theaters Sugar is the drug r/birdsarentreal Religions. Taxes College (in the US) Onions price here in PH Marriage In the US?? Well, there’s *gestures vaguely at everything* Tipping and absurdly low minimum wage (I have come to this conclusion from my American friends, I am from Australia where tipping is not customary and the minimum wage is higher) Tipping system. Any business where “management” is a 🔺 “Mahal kita.” Self-checkout Funerals Car insurance Certificates, diplomas and degrees Not all, but a lot Global warming and climate change. The earth has been warming since the last ice age about 25,000 years ago. It is a natural phenomenon and no matter how much we get taxed we are not going to change that. Airport drop off charges. Valentines Day. Social security, taxes, the amount of things the federal government has their hands in, etc etc Donald *EFFING* Trump Life Fiat currencies Black Friday sales. Very surprised I haven’t seen printer ink yet Ticketmaster Reposts like this tired one Internet monopolies Mostly everything low-cost airlines do Tax on everything Political leaders NFT Credit scores The federal reserve lending money they create out of thin air at an interest. Income tax Government Marriage Working 9-5 5days a week and getting a 2day break Realtors. They’re glorified appointment makers. Copy/paste reposting this question every hour to farm karma. I would say taxes but nobody accepts it, they’re forced to go with it. So instead I’ll say….college (depends on where you are) Fractional Reserve Banking Comments are closed.