Target Employees Are Mad About Fortune Cookies, Seemingly mocking Their Pay Raise


Target Distribution Center employees in Michigan were stunned to learn that they had discovered what they called a “strange” product. “cruel”Fortune cookies as a prank

Charleston Township workers claimed that they received fortune cookies with mocking messages after they were told that their holiday pay rate would only include $2-per-hour increases. WWMT reported.

“I see money in your future; it is not yours though,”According to the station one fortune-teller said. Another stated, “The fortune you seek is in another cookie.”

The cookies arrived at the site earlier this month, a day after the employees were told about the holiday pay, WMMT reported.

“Not one of those that I read was uplifting, positive,” distribution center employee James Campbell told WWMT. “It felt like a direct stab to the employees that work here, especially when I can leave, come back and make more money than I currently am.”

WMMT reported that employees said Target officials apologized to them after the case was made public.

“At Target, we take our team members’ concerns seriously and we work directly with them to quickly address any issues,”Brian Harper Tibaldo, Target spokesperson, sent an email to the outlet. “We provided snacks to the team this week, including fortune cookies with pre-printed messages inside. We’ve looked into this and are confident Target did not have any hand in choosing the written fortunes; they were simply the messages that came in the fortune cookies.”