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‘Cards Against Humanity’ sends checks to their lowest-earning customers to bring attention to wealth inequality

by Futures Centre, Dec 19
1 minute read

Bloody hell! Talk about business taking the lead!

‘Cards Against Humanity’ Sends Checks To Their Lowest-Earning Customers And It’s Bringing Attention To Wealth Inequality

‘Cards Against Humanity’ has just proven itself to be, actually, one of the most ‘humane’ companies out there. In a truly Robin Hood-inspired move, they’ve ‘redistributed’ various sums of money to their lowest-earning customers, all at the expense of those earning the most. So, how did they pull it off?


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