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Friday, 21 December 2012

Exposed: Corrupt Apple Store Employees Smash Brand New Ipods Like Toys, Steal And Trade Electronics For Plastic Surgery.

This email exchange between Gizmodo and an anonymous employee details their sport of 'football' with a cracked iPhone until exchanging it for a brand new one



A series of shocking confessions from alleged Apple employees across the U.S. have revealed a workplace where employees claim to smash iPads for fun, trade electronics for plastic surgery and outright steal computers as well as customers' personal information.
'We would "field test" things in the back,' one of several anonymous former Apple employees revealed to Gizmodo of their destructive behaviour this week. 'Most people would throw phones on the ground, slide them across the floor, and once we tried to see who could get the biggest crack.'
The iPhones, iPads and other devices, all within the hundreds of dollars in shelf price, were all replaceable and without cost to the employees, according to their claims.


No one's safe: Another employee emailed in an alleged common practice of employees stealing and passing around photos taken from customers' computers, including young girls

That's precisely what lead to their mischief they said.
'I had an extra phone lying around with a single crack, so we played football around the back of the store for a while, and when we were done, we just created what's known as a CS code for it and swapped it with a brand spanking new phone,' another wrote to the website.
'My management is so corrupt it goes beyond the retail stores,' another wrote in.

Calls from MailOnline to an Apple representatives were not immediately returned. 
In August two former employees of a Texas store - whose astonishing recounts over the summer launched this latest national report - wrote of their corporate regional manager’s trade of computers for plastic surgery.
According to the unidentified source, they would allegedly provide heavily discounted Apple computers to a local plastic surgeon so that the female employee could receive a complimentary stomach stapling procedure in return.

Calls from MailOnline to an Apple representatives were not immediately returned. 
In August two former employees of a Texas store - whose astonishing recounts over the summer launched this latest national report - wrote of their corporate regional manager’s trade of computers for plastic surgery.
According to the unidentified source, they would allegedly provide heavily discounted Apple computers to a local plastic surgeon so that the female employee could receive a complimentary stomach stapling procedure in return.

'She made quid pro quo an art,' that employee identified as Jake said.
Behind the scenes in Apple's Genius Bar - dubbed 'the best place to get support for Apple products' according to Apple - it was an entirely other scene according to a slew of similar reports.

'If you were a hot chick getting files moved, guarantee that your files were getting looked through for pictures and video. That is how we discovered one of our customers ran an adult website' - alleged Apple employee.

In a popular note by the store’s alleged tech employees referred to as ‘geniuses’ by the company – much like Best Buy’s tech department is run by the so-called Geek Squad - customers' personal information was, like their products photographed smashed on the floor, not always so safe.
'...The first thing we'd do is ask for a passcode and say we were going to open it in the back...' one wrote to Gizmodo.

'If you were a hot chick getting files moved, guarantee that your files were getting looked through for pictures and video. That is how we discovered one of our customers ran an adult website,' another claimed.
They claim any nude or provocative photos and/or videos would be promptly shared around the store, some allegedly saved for ‘private use.’

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