The film tells about a girl named Connie (Kristen Bell) tired of social injustice, and of life in general. To somehow get rid of the daily routine, Connie, together with her girlfriend JoJo (Kirby Howell-Baptist), who is starting her own video blog, decide to crank out one unusual scheme. The girls counterfeit discount coupons and sell them to those in need for money, thereby earning themselves and striking a blow at giant corporations, which receive a significant portion of their revenue short. In total, two housewives manage to pull off a $ 40 million coupon fraud.
The catch is spotted by Ken Miller (Paul Walter Hauser), one of the local supermarket clerks, and summons the cavalry. A brutal and purposeful postal inspector Simon Kilmurry (Vince Vaughn) comes to his aid. Together they have to cover the enterprise of two enterprising madam, trying to catch them red-handed.
The film is based on real events, and Aron Godet and his wife Geeta Pullapilli are responsible for the direction and script ("Under the Harvest Sky", TV series "Point of View").