You're hungry one night, so you order food. You select your items, go to place your order, and see that the order has an extra $15 in fees tacked on to it, and that's not even including tip!

Believe it or not, there was a time before delivery services. You can very easily just call the restaurant you want and place the order directly. It's pretty easy–and you and the restaurant get to avoid the middle man.

But delivery services have become so ubiquitous over the years that many of us just put up with it. They're legitimate services but honestly, when you see the final price tag, how could you not feel like you've been totally scammed?

People shared their thoughts after Redditor AnnFaulskabek asked the online community,

"What is a legitimate product / service that still feels like a scam?"

"At first I didn't mind..."

"YouTube Premium. At first I didn’t mind the single ad you could skip but now it’s up to two long ads you can’t skip with the mid-roll ads thrown in. They keep upping the ante to force you to subscribe to Premium."

BiffChildfromBanger

Given the increasingly high number of ads on YouTube, it's pretty astounding that I haven't signed up for Premium yet.

"When you work out..."

"Overdraft fees. When you work out the effective interest rates on overdraft fees, you find there’s a lot of hurting people paying interest that would make a loan shark blush."

TiredofDebates

Yep, what's up with those?

They're actually a thing. Just try explaining to someone who doesn't know how you get punished for having no money so you have to pay more money and see how they react.

"Phones that no longer..."

"Phones that no longer come with Micro SD card slots so you have to pay for cloud storage if you need more."

SeriousLee3

One of the most frustrating things. It was so much easier before!

"In the U.S..."

"In the U.S. Having to do my own taxes or pay a company to do my taxes even though the IRS already has all the relevant information."

sprechenSIEdeutsch

Well, let's be clear: They don't have everything. What happens if you have items you need to deduct? They definitely don't know how much you've donated to charity.

"There used to be restrictions..."

"Credit/interest rates. There used to be restrictions on who gets a loan and what the rates could be, but private enterprise I guess."

Skyeyes27

When it comes to having no credit or bad credit, I would choose no credit every single time.

"Insanely good prices..."

"Humble Bundle. Insanely good prices and I can select where my payment goes, so I could donate 100% to the charity. It feels like it's too good to be true. I'm still blown away by it."

tempestering

Never heard of this before and now I will be on the prowl. Going to do some reading and see if it lives up to the hype.

"Enjoy your entry level job..."

"Student loans."

"Oh, you graduated cum laude? Enjoy your entry level job that barely covers the interest on your monthly payment."

tiralabasura2055

Hahahaha don't make me cry.

Please, stop.

"THE ABSURDITY OF THE BATTERY LIFE."

"Dell laptops. THE ABSURDITY OF THE BATTERY LIFE."

"Like how the f**k are people are still buying them is beyond me but like, I have one for school and that motherf**ker dies an hour after taking it off the charger. And I don’t even keep background tabs running."

"The whole Dell company is literally a f**king scam."

Wolftimber05

I think I forget that Dell laptops exist until I see comments like these.

I'll go back to being ignorant, thanks.

"The 15 different streaming services..."

"The 15 different streaming services that you have to sign up for to watch the one good exclusive show on each one instead of just being able to watch them all in one place."

zeanomourph

Streaming could have put an end to piracy but then they got so greedy.

"You can't really get away from them."

"My electric company also providing water, natural gas, landline phone and internet."

"You can't really get away from them. Even if you live in an area of town where you can get AT&T or Suddenlink, you still have to pay the electric company for everything else."

KnockMeYourLobes

Say what! They really have a perfect monopoly going on, don't they?

Well, well, well... there are many things we could add to the list, to be fair.

Like health insurance in the United States. What's up with that? It would be comical if it wasn't so evil.

What do you think is missing from this list? Feel free to tell us more in the comments below!

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