If you've ever been in the market for a used car or negotiated pay for job, you know about the things to look out for during a business deal. While it probably won't help to go into a negotiation with a completely pessimistic and guarded attitude, it is important to be aware of sneaky business tricks used to pressure you into making a deal with which you aren't comfortable.
These business tricks aren't your over-the-top Ponzi schemes or money order scams, either. They are much more discrete, and sometimes, even the most experienced folks can fall for them. As such, the good people of Reddit have come together to warn others of various dirty business tricks they've encountered.
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