‘Cards Against Humanity’ sends checks to their lowest-earning customers to bring attention to wealth inequality

Signal of change / ‘Cards Against Humanity’ sends checks to their lowest-earning customers to bring attention to wealth inequality

By Jiehui Kia / 19 Dec 2017

Bloody hell! Talk about business taking the lead!

'Cards Against Humanity' Sends Checks To Their Lowest-Earning Customers And It's Bringing Attention To Wealth Inequality

'Cards Against Humanity' has just proven itself to be, actually, one of the most 'humane' companies out there. In a truly Robin Hood-inspired move, they've 'redistributed' various sums of money to their lowest-earning customers, all at the expense of those earning the most. So, how did they pull it off?

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This signal was also spotted by Georgia Rubenstein:

"Cards Against Humanity has been one of the most disruptive companies i've heard of lately!"

Cards Against Humanity sends checks to poorest customers to 'redistribute the wealth'

The makers of the card game "Cards Against Humanity" have set out to tackle wealth inequality by sending checks to those they have deemed their poorest customers. Using a combination of user-submitted personal information and census data, the company was able to send $1,000 checks to 100 of their least-wealthy customers, and $15 to 10,000 others, according to their new webpage, "Cards Against Humanity Redistributes Your Wealth."

They also did this:

Cards Against Humanity buying plot of land on border to try to stop Trump's wall

The company that makes Cards Against Humanity is trying to prevent President Trump Donald John Trump House Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for 'serious case of amnesia' after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE 's proposed border wall from being built by purchasing a plot of vacant land along the country's border.



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