Someone Made A Fake 'Target Customer Service' Page And Is Responding To People's Angry Messages
August 14, 2015
Regardless of how you feel about Target's controversial decision to combine the boys and girls toys into one section, you have to admit this is funny.
Some prankster made a couple of fake Facebook profiles, "Ask ForHelp" and "Target Customer Service", used Target's bullseye logo as the page's profile picture, and then started responding to people's angry messages.
Keep scrolling to the end to see how Target finally responded...
Target's response to all this? Priceless...
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