5 companies we love (and 5 we hate)
The concept is simple: Consumer companies we love will be better investments than those we hate. See how GM, Comcast, Wal-Mart and Bank of America and others rate in one study.
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Lens Crafters ,( mother company) Luxicottca. Should be in with the worse companies by far.
They have horrible customer service. One hour glasses, not true they have no staff in which to help you and the ones that do no longer care, due to the companies morale that they have placed on them.
I was a long time customer for years but every year I saw a decline when I asked finally what was going on was the company bought out, or for sale? I was told it was the new normal throughout the company that the district managers hired were only concern about the bonuses and therefore have made all stores reduce help big time. They are slowly weeding out there senior and knowledgeable employees and mainly management, to replace with outside shoe salesman, managers that used to manage sunglass stores or kiosk at half the rate and have no experience in eyewear. What a joke I guess only bonuses numbers count and not the care of there patients eyes.
I'll never shop at Costco for as long as I live. My wife and I went to sign up for a membership. After waiting around 20 minutes for the individual to process the people who were in line ahead of us, the customer service rep. closed the line. The next person who was starting their shift began with the people who had just walked in the store behind us. My wife wrote a letter to Costco and they couldn't even be bothered to respond. We weren't asking for anything, just an acknowledgement that we were given poor service. I'm sorry I'd rather spend a little more at a store that respects me as a person, than one that just sees me as part of their bottom line.
Dillards is the wosed place to work.From management down they are rude tough and the most disgusting store I have ever shopped.The people work on commison and try to sell you anything you don't need..Thy have quota's which have to be met or else BYE,BYE They have great merchandise,it is what they do the the people who employed by the company!!!!!!!!!!!!
I just love when lefties write articles about WalMart.
They are the worlds greatest retailer. If Sam were still around he would be the richest
man in the world by several miles. The reality is that if you don't find it at WalMart, you
probably do not need it. I have owned it for a long time and it has outperformed most
everyone else in every fashion.
As for GM, are you off your rocker?
There`s screaming buys out there.I`ve been buying big time.I`m buying more today.These
are the times investors just love.When the Dow`s over 14,000 you`ll be bitter you didn`t
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