Business
Businesses are the classic whipping-boys of urban legendry, and the bigger they are, the more they get whipped. Seems like they can't do anything right — they're run by people who abuse their customers, cheat the public, commit astounding marketing blunders, mistranslate their own advertisements, and donate money to organizations of dubious repute.
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A rumor claimed that United Airlines was offering remote customer service jobs that come with free flights.
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A white man stands before water tumblers in a range of different colors. A sign limits the amount that patrons can buy at the store.
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Online ads falsely claimed that Sonic Drive-In would be closing all restaurant locations in 2024.
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A false rumor said that Walt Disney World Resort would be closing one of its theme parks four straight days.
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A rumor said that Delta Air Lines was offering remote and work from home customer service job positions with free flights for new hires.
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Online users discussed how Hobby Lobby was selling a shotgun shell ammunition and gun or firearm-themed Christmas ornament.
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Online ads appeared to claim that Five Guys would be closing down all restaurant locations or going out of business or going bankrupt in 2024.
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A rumor said that Starbucks had lost 12 billion dollars due to boycotts and its purported support for Israel.
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A rumor said that USPS would be temporarily suspending mail services in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
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A white girl with red hair  in pigtails smiles on a red sign. Behind it is another sign that says Wendy's.
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Facebook and Instagram ads falsely claimed that Wendy's would be closing all of its restaurant locations.
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A rumor in Facebook and Instagram ads claimed that Wendy's was going to be closing all restaurant locations, going out of business or going bankrupt.
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