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.
my most hated
1. wells fargo
3. Bank of america
I've been a DISH customer almost four years and have received fantastic customer service.
Got a puppy just after they installed my system and my dog ate four remotes before I finally got in the habit of keeping them out of reach when I wasn't home. DISH replaced every one at no charge.
Also went through three receivers the first year, all my fault because I put them in a cabinet without enough ventilation so they overheated and croaked. DISH replaced all of them at no charge.
Have talked with them several times when I wanted to lower my bill and drop channels. Every time they took $5, sometimes $9 off my bill (not just one time refunds, but permanent changes to my bill).
Maybe I just get the right CSRs, but I've had nothing but very positive service from them.
As for their spat with AMC, I watched a few episodes off AMCs web-site, and everytime DISH reimbursed me $2 per show.
Maybe I'm the rare customer who gets treated properly, but I've never had any problem with them. I'm actually surprised they keep showing up on the top 5 or top 10 lists of worst companies.
Dish Network dropping AMC last may - brilliant with Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and the Sunday Night Top rated show behind only Sunday Night Football, The Walking Dead! Got to have my Dead!
JC Penny is an institution, I shop there quite often and I love the pricing and the way the stores are set up.
Why is everyone always picking on Walmart? I work there in management and its not the associates that make it a hard company to like its the upper management that suck in many cases. They need to concentrate on the customers like it used to be, put the security back in the stores and the corporate Dogs need to not fix what wasn't broken in the first place. the greedy bastards are more worried about their paycheck and not worried about the customers.
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