Sometimes, employee discounts remain active after leaving a job due to system errors or policy choices. Using these discounts can be unethical or illegal, so it's best to clarify with the former employer. A user noted, "I never got removed from an employee discount at a job I left almost seven years ago. I get 25% off my phone and internet monthly."
A man fakes being gay with his friend for a cheaper gym membership. They register as a couple, raising the manager's suspicion. The act is deemed unethical, exploiting a discount meant for genuine couples, mocking the LGBTQ+ community, and affecting the gym's profit.
A user recalls sneaking into a hotel top floor brunch as kids. They also exploited a lax guest policy to use another hotel's pool. Such actions are unethical, unfair to paying guests, and harm the hotel. Respect rules. [click]
A user confesses to exploiting his friend's burger job at a gas station chain for free food, feeding many friends on small orders. This unethical act could have risked his friend's job and cost the restaurant.
A user's girlfriend uses a dealer plate to avoid tolls for 2.5 years. Not having proper plates is illegal, incurs fines, potential impoundment and theft charges. This undermines the fairness of infrastructure payments.