Why we hate banks and cable companies
Once again, our annual list of the worst companies for customer service is dominated by big banks and TV companies. Here's what irks consumers the most.
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Don't learn to lay naked face down with a sock in your mouth........give up TV, read a book.
The first cable or dish company that allows me to go online and choose and pay for the channels that I wish to watch and pay for WINS !!!
Our cable ( dish network ) was turned off today as a matter of fact. Had nothing to do with the company. It had to do with watching a show for five minutes than watching five minutes of commercials, then watching two minutes of more program most of which was just a rerun of what had already happened, than having to watch five more minutes of commercials.
I'm getting a strong dislike for corporate America and the way they are selling themselves. If I want something that will get me hard, I'll go see a doctor. I don't really care about what new plastic device is out there that my wife can insert inside herself to release a piece of cotton. I especially don't like a cure for acne that may of may not give me kidney failure.
"Capitalism is the legitimate racket of the ruling class."
My experience with Comcast last week has been quite pleasant. They have uuped the customer service.
Whn you think about it , I didnt want to pay the 160 dollar for the combined services i had with them, But the TV cable costs them a lot. Expenses to maintain the infrastructure and the cost of programming is sky rocketted which is killing them. But, the charged for the internet are still a little high and the cost of providing internet is literally next to nothing. On top of that , they are now planning to charge for the data, which is going to push the expense over the top for any heavy internet user or the Netflix users. That does not makes sense to me at all. It is not utility that they are providing like Gas or electricity. It is just a connection to the nearest server and thats it.
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