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A former McDonald’s worker, who goes by only Veronica and who worked at McDonald’s while in college, shared a method he used – and apparently still uses – when charging for food to get customers to spend mores.
The trick the former employee says she did was that she used to always select the largest size when customers did not specify the size of their order.
“I remember that when people ordered something from the menu, we had to automatically select the big one unless they specifically asked for the medium or small one,” Verónica said, according to the Express newspaper.
“So if they ordered a McChicken, we wouldn’t ask ‘Large, medium or small?’ but we always had to choose the large…so McDonald’s made a lot of money,” he added.
Taking into account what was said by the former McDonald’s worker, the best way to avoid being charged the largest size and end up spending more than you had planned, always remember to specify the size of your order.
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