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18 Employees Reveal Awesome Perks They Only Give To Nice Customers
Have you ever been rude to someone in customer service? It's really easy to be mean, especially when you don't get exactly what you want. Next time you think about being mean, just be nice. In fact, being nice to the people who serve you is going to benefit you. Just read these employee secrets to find out how...

Faith in humanity restored.

I work at McDonald's. Sometimes if the customer is really nice and polite I will add extra stuff to their order,  like either fill their fries up fuller or put an extra nugget in their box.
I work in retail.
If a customer is really nice to me and doesn't treat me like a slave, I give them my employee discount.

Saving money feels so good, especially when it's well-earned.

I work at Ulta, and if a customer is really pretty or nice, I'll give them the $5 off coupon if they don't have one, even though we're not suppose to.
At work, sometimes if customers are nice I won't charge the extra for the dipping sauce. But if you're rude, you better believe you get charged $0.30! $0.25 for sauce. $0.05 for rudeness!
I work in retail and if  customer is nice, and I see they’re buying a damaged/spoiled item, I’ll let them know, and get them a new one. If they’re rude I let then buy it.

Whoa! This is awesome.

I work at a credit union. If you're nice to me, I'll go through your account and waive fees you've assessed without telling you. So be nice to people.