Here we have another instance of a manager who, quite frankly, should have never been given any power in the first place. Sometimes, though, those inept managers need a harsh reality check to shatter their misguided assumptions about the value of an employee's role.
And that's exactly what this individual did. We've all likely fantasized about taking on the corporate giants we work for and giving our bosses a taste of their own medicine, but often, we can't. That's where these tales of ultimate revenge come in, allowing us to experience it vicariously. Watching managers who always think they're right face the consequences they deserve is undeniably satisfying.
I won't keep you any longer. Keep scrolling to read the story below and enjoy a dose of well-deserved comeuppance!
Here is OP’s full story:
Apparently OP first wrote it on Pro Revenge but that wasn’t the right subreddit for this one.
And you will certainly see why. This is on another level.
OP tried their best to fix the problem as best as they could.
However, the manager didn’t want to admit OP mistake lest they get their ego taken down a notch.
So yes everyone put the blame on OP.
But that didn’t last long as OP decided to get back at the company that had wronged them.
And to make it, even more, sweeter, OP kept making dumb mistakes that cost them the whole case.
All in all, DTC wasn’t happy with the fact that they were in hot water now.
So they decided to settle after all incurring a huge loss along the way.
As expected, this post went viral faster than a sneeze in a crowded room, and boy, did it catch everyone's attention! Here’s how Reddit users reacted:
To which this user replies:
Bosses think they are always in the right and are not willing to listen most of the time.
The company thought they had their ex-employe but they were very wrong.
What did you think of this nuclear revenge? Do you think the company deserved it? Let us know in the comment section below.