Welcome to Top10Archive! Hello YouTube, Jim Here! It’s all about the money. For you, the consumer, it’s all about saving as much as you can on every purchase. For the company you’re handing your hard earned cash over to, it’s all about emptying your wallet, so why should you trust there aren’t underlying and hidden truths that make them more? You shouldn’t, and after this Archive of the Top 10 Secret Ways Companies Are Ripping You Off, you’ll never look at your favorite companies the same way again.

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10. Wasting Electricity
9. Paying for Air
8. Hidden and Unnecessary Charges
7. Brand Name vs. Generic
6. Thicker Glasses
5. Sell-by / Use by Dates
4. Convenience Shopping
3. Plumping
2. Pre-Sale Price Hike
1. Prepayment Penalties

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  1. Life hack for fast food. You should always go at least 30 minuets before they close. I once want to a Popeyes and I got medium fries and they gave me more then large fries!!

  2. Well, I don’t drink milk to begin with so… I guess that’s the best way to save on milk. x3

  3. #8 And that is why I only have streaming services, Pay $40 a month for 250 channels and only use 10? NOPE!

  4. I saw the likes at 333 then I liked it now it’s 334 🙂 I broke the triple number!

    • I could do a whole list on that sham. Can’t tell you how many times I’ve ranted about insurance companies and how they shouldn’t be “for profit” businesses.

      My wife is pretty tired of hearing me.

  5. @#1: And that my friends is why I don’t believe in mortgages, they’re a scam nothing more.

  6. Number 5 is actually an urban legend. Those use by and sell by dates should be followed. It IS a cheat by companies but it should be followed. The food you buy is stored for a very long time before taken to the stores. Sometimes months. Fresh milk is good for a few months. You see the stuff at the store that’s about to expire.

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