5 most-hated companies in America
Ever walk out (or pull your investment out) of a business vowing that you will never, ever return? Here's where customers, employees or stockholders are fed up.
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Every company including the US government has pissed someone off at one time or another. I guess if I were going to hate...it would be toward the one entity that has the power to take my $ without giving me the choice of whether or not to give it up. My only real complaint; a bunch of old men living the high life in D.C. deciding how much of my $ to take and what they want to spend it on.
Welcome to servitude, alive and well at your Godiva chocolate store.
Finally! I know now, that I am not alone, when I say that T-Mobile has the worst customer service.
It took twelve years to escape from the infamous "two year contract". When ever I had a problem, it would take hours and hours, and transfers to different agents, who all said the same thing...You must pay the $20.00 for the third party billing that had been "renewed" for another month. Since I never authorized the third party subscription for a game of some sort, my cell was suspended, for lack of payment to T-Mobile. I was expected to wait for the third party to refund me, which would take (only) up to 45 days. How much to restore my cell? $20.00! With every change on my plan, I was slapped with another two year contract I had enough! My cell phone and T-Mobile Stick were suspended more times than I could count. I froze my cell phone account, and went shopping for another company. I switched my own cell number to another company, and then paid off my double two year contracts, for a zero balance. Low and behold, the next thing I get in the mail, is another bill from a collection agency saying that I still owe $300.00 plus dollars to T-Mobile! When all was said and done, I sold my old cell phone, with ALL of its' accessories, at my yard sale for $7.00.
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