You bet upper management is in on it. It is how modern day executive
management operates. The only crime is don't get caught and put on a
good rouse for the PR.
Which is also GMs problem. Too much BS in the board and executive
offices. Politicians too, funnel billions through GM and don't ask
Same deal, different scale.
Ed Pawlowski wrote:
Be sure to check the second video too . It shows the
damage from the engine flushing.
"Eric O." wrote:
Yeah, the Jiffy Lube scam has been known for a while.
I don't trust them anymore after seeing those videos.
I always thought of Jiffy Lube as a quick-response
(JIFFY) lubrication shop that would try to pressure
lube customers to buy extra services. Customers
who resisted the pressure would pay only for the
lube service they wanted.
Now I think that they can't be trusted to even do
the most basic service in their own name: ''LUBE''.
Corporate executives say they will investigate
the situation, dismiss the wrongdoers and retrain
employees to discontinue future dishonesty.
I believe it's too late. I think the massive fraud
throughout the franchise has become the de facto
corporate culture, beyond repair. The honorable
thing to do would be to declare bankruptcy.
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