A Reddit user posted a photo this week of a customer’s business listing a new, custom slime shop and said that if she didn’t remove the photo from the site, her business could save her $1,000.
The post, which went viral, has been viewed nearly 4 million times.
“If the customer posts this picture, Reddit could save me thousands of dollars!” the Reddit user wrote.
“It’s an easy win!”
The post has since been removed from the Reddit website.
However, a Redditor said the post was saved because it was “not a scam.”
“We have saved over $1 million in the past year,” the Redditor wrote.
The customer, who did not want to be identified by name, said she has a business on Reddit that sells custom slime kits.
“I love Reddit, and I’ve been a regular user for the past 5 years,” she said.
“There is a very small but active community of Redditors, which are very active.
They make their own content and have a lot of fun.”
A Reddit spokesperson told Recode that the company’s policies prevent it from commenting on individual accounts.
“Our community guidelines prohibit posting comments to any individual user accounts,” the spokesperson said.
However the Reddit spokesperson added that the site has policies that prohibit “any content that harasses or makes comments that harass other users.”
“The Reddit community has been incredibly supportive and understanding and has been very helpful with any issues we’ve had,” the Reddit spokesman said.