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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J. C. Penney is number 1 on the list while Bank of As*holes isn't even listed? If I remember correctly, J. C. Penney didn't have a hand in destroying the world economy, falsifying millions of legal documents all the while charging you for the "privilege" of using your own money. I can't think of a more worthy company (and all its executives) being launched into the heart of a black hole to be crushed into a point of singularity.
If you think these are bad, you should check out "Magic Jack" THE WORST out fit
I've ever dealt with in my 84 years !!!
I have always liked AT&T and Nationwide as the two that have done right with me. Best Buy should be on the list for lousy customer service and they ARE NOT the best buy. Ford motors gives you a written warranty but it is meaningless rhetoric. Their mechanics are lazy and will bend linkage rather than adjusting it with the wrench. HP does not honor their warranty for their computers or equipment and and treat customers as if, they really don't need us...Tammy asked about Time Warner and I'll vouch for the fact they have lousy service and overpriced packages. Wells Fargo will have you spend an afternoon opening a simple checking account; will treat you as if you are a crook and will not trust your payroll checks or attorney's checks.
If companies would treat customers with respect and actually provide what they promise to, they could improve their reputations.
T-Mobile is by far the absolutley worst company ever!! Not only is the customer service unprofessional and ignorant about their own products, T-mobile has the most dropped calls, and the slowest data network. Even Cricket has LTE now. I see why apple refuses to tarni**** I-Phone with Their service.
Worst of all, They have lied to the public for years about having the largest and fasted 4g Coverage when infact HSPA+ is actually a modified 3G. This is why T-Mobile customers dont maintain a 4G signal and slips on"E" = Edge network throughout each day. TMOBILE, I AM SOOOO GLAD YOU ARE NO LONGER IN MY LIFE :-)
I guess this list didn't have the companies I hate, but they got close.
I dislike Dish and T mobile...
I'm surprised only Chase made it on the list. What about Capital One? Or GE Credit?
Why isn't Wal Mart on this list with JC Penny?
Dear Friends at MSN Money:
You do realize that your article lists the most hated companies by picture, right? After showing each of the most hated companies you then proudly display a picture of MSN Money which makes it seem like you're adding yourself to the list... plus, your picture includes the logo and links to one of the most hated, Facebook. Just pointing out the obvious...
Check this out, I live in San Antonio, and tried to get two phones switched from AT&T to T-Maybe[t-Mobil, well This Iranian guy told me he could do it; to make a long story short, my wife has an Apple phone which was the newer one at the time, but after paying $165..00 dollars, and come back the next day for my wife phone, he said that her phone was the newer model and he could not get it to work.
But as of this moment right now, I have not received my $100.00 refund and he has given me the run around and T-Mobile stated that they could not give me a refund, even after explaining to them what had happen. And T-Mobile telling me I could put it towards new service with them, after explaining to them my wife and I wanted to be with the same carrier. This is the shop on Grissom rd. and Callahan.
But I am not going down without a fight.
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