Angry consumers have found creative ways to seek satisfaction from companies that have mistreated them.
No apology, and a credit blot from collection remains. Will our cell phone companies ever change and let us trust them?
Nearly 1,000 complaints have been submitted to the Texas Attorney General's Office and the Better Business Bureau.
Verizon says the rules were clear, but the FCC is looking into the 'unpleasant surprises' that customers sometimes face.
Consumer Reports also finds that add-on ticket fees really annoy airline passengers.
At what price connectivity? AT&T and its iPhone customers are finding that out.
That's particularly true of big-bank customers. Those of smaller banks are generally happier and more loyal.
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