I would not use them even if I would get paid for it.
You need a tool like this :
Make holes like you can see here :
Close the holes at bottom of the board with tape. Center the nuts in the hole and prevent moving them as you press them on the tape.
Glue them in with filled epoxy. I use cotton flakes. For better understanding I have been using epoxy color in this picture :
The result will look like this :
Once the resin is cured, mill the epoxy with a router plain to the blank. Now the things will start to get slightly difficult to explain, english is not my native language.
Drill a small sink from the top to the bottom. You will need the sink to locate the nut once the board is laminated. When the board is finished, open the hole with a thread cuter. And yes, the hole and the thread is going thru the board. I am working like this for a decade or more. You will never rip the nut out of a board, this does not fail.
What you should look for is this :
The wide part of the nut is facing down to the board.