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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My list of the most-hated companies in America
I've never done business with BOA or AT&T but reading about the problems they give their customers, I stay away from them. Comcast is horrible, I mean absolutely without a doubt, horrible from the top to bottom. Folks if you've thought about switching to Comcast, don't switch. As for "Worst Buy", shopped their once, the managers, cashiers and sales associates are clueless dumb*sses.
where is direct tv ? Old customers pay out the nose for bare bone's service . And really don't care if you stay or go !
Lets face it. Banks, oil companies and medical insurers are all the worst and should top every list for F'ing us all over.
COMCAST here in Washington State, has to be one of the worst companies "if you are a current subscriber” They charge you well over $200 plus dollars for their phone, internet and cable service which includes charges for all cable boxes /equipment, etc. New subscribers get lots of benefits like, 1 DVR, plus 3 HD boxes with no monthly equipment charges, the new equipment, can record - so you can watch any recorded show from any TV set. When I called customer service to inquire about the pricing and new free equipment deal, they told me that I was not entitled since I am a current customer; it’s only for our new customers. WOW what happened to those of us, who have been good customers for many years – guess they feel we do not count any more. I can't wait until my two year agreement is up, in May - then I'm changing to - Direct TV"
You would think that a company that has all your services would want to help a long time customer, by offering them something for all the years of paying your bill on time and dealing with all their equipment issues IE: internet connect problems, etc. "but no way" guess we just don’t count any more. I am looking forward to paying my bill to a company who is concerned about me as a customer, not their bottom line profits.
America, if you agree with my observation of how customers are treated by COMCAST, post your comments and be heard, only by sharing our concerns will companies be aware of how we feel about how they do business.
Thanks a concerned customer.
For the most part, working at JCP has been a positive experience thus far. I hired in as seasonal help right after Thanksgiving last year. I had been unemployed and looking for a job for 8 months.
I was one of 4 people that were asked to stay on after the holidays, and I am greatful for the job.
That said, I have heard many things from other employees who were around before "The Man From Apple" took over. One gal was disappointed about a manager who was respected and well liked being let go after 31 years with the company.
I have heard mixed reactions from customers regarding the new pricing policies. Alot of people are disappointed that there aren't any coupons.
Some are disappointed in the company's decision to discontinue certain well-known brands.
I'm happy to be working. I hope JCP can pull through the hard times.
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