When you check your mailbox sometimes (yes, the physical mailbox), you’d find random cards promoting certain services or products. These cards are most probably from door-to-door salesmen who need to give out as many as they can, which is why you’d also find them stuck between door hinges or under your car windscreen wipers.
Most of the time, you wouldn’t even take a glance at them before tossing them into the trash, which is why companies are finding all kinds of creative ways to get you to just take a peek at their cards.
Like this company that printed half a RM100 bill on the back of a card promoting a casino.
Here it is:
From a distance, they really do look like legit RM100 bills that someone might’ve dropped. Any sane human being would definitely pick it up, because hey, who doesn’t want some extra cash?
For this person who might’ve been fooled by the detailed print of the RM100 bill, they were unfortunately faced with just a casino advertisement. Well, at least they know where to win some money if they’re in for a little game.
Here’s the original Facebook post:
Marketing level 9999!
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