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I work at CVS – I’ve asked customers not to print inappropriate images in store and here’s why

A WOMAN claiming to work for CVS warns her followers against printing inappropriate photos in stores.

The woman took to TikTok to tell her followers why they should think twice before requesting the prints in a now viral post.

TikTok user @roomtempwaterr warned against printing certain photos at CVS

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TikTok user @roomtempwaterr warned against printing certain photos at CVS
The woman, who claimed to be a CVS employee, shared the primary reason for her advice

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The woman, who claimed to be a CVS employee, shared the primary reason for her advicePhoto credit: Getty

“Idk how many times do I have to stay this, don’t print your file at CVS,” TikTok user @roomtempwaterr said in the viral video.

“I actually see every single one.”

The TikToker captioned the video: “Please it’s 9am Lauren I can’t do this.”

In usual TikTok fashion, users took to the comments and offered a variety of opinions on the post.

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“I’m still doing it, sorry,” said one user, prompting @roomtempwaterr to respond with a crying emoji.

“BRB will do this IMMEDIATELY because my baby dad’s new girl works there,” joked another user.

“I did this at Walgreens and when I came to pick them up. That Karen lady told me she threw them away and never to come back in😂😂😂.”

However, some commenters took TikToker’s advice, writing, “Ok thanks I was going to do it but nvm.”

‘Why do you allow that?’

Some other users asked how people are allowed to use CVS to print offensive photos.

“Why do you allow that?” one user asked, to which the alleged employee responded with “great question.”

Another user commented, “No why do you all in the comments think it’s ok and funny and cute? Minors work at Walgreens.”

according to a post Office on the CVS Photo website, the website prohibits the uploading of adult or objectionable content.

“This website reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to determine whether your use of the Service is prohibited or otherwise violates this policy,” the statement said.

The US Sun contacted CVS for comment on TikTok.

The revelations from the woman who claims to be a CVS employee come as a former Google employee leaked the company secret Getting employees to “work more for less”.

Apparently, the company offers tons of perks like free meals, free transportation, and free coffee-making by in-house baristas.

However, a former employee, Ken Waks, 29, took to TikTok to share his idea of ​​the real reason behind all of the seemingly amazing benefits.

His video, which garnered 6.4 million views, claims that Google is creating a comfortable environment for people to work longer and stay in the office.

The office even apparently allowed employees to bring their dogs, but Waks claimed “they actually did that so you wouldn’t leave the office to take care of your dog.”

In related news, a chef on a luxury yacht revealed all the hidden information he wished guests knew about his job.

And a nail technician revealed the most annoying things her clients do.

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Dais Johnston

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