Maybe she was thinking – Oh, it will sell anyway.Or, well at-least 1/3rd of the case contains my precious cream??
Or even better at least the customers are duped long enough to purchase the product.
(The blue marks on the case –picture on the left– indicate the actual depth of cream that fills the case and don’t be fooled by the square case the diameter of the cavity that holds the cream is as big as the mouth of the case)
Delivering false promises and tricking the customer might get you benefits for only so long. It is a risk not only dangerous for future business but also reflects on lack of attention to detail, zero care for the customer and extremely pathetic brand building capabilities.
All traits of a business that is very unlikely to flourish.