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.
I guess dish sucks, but DirecTV is very good. We almost never lost the signal, but now with xfinity the picture goes in and out all the time. Then they play these stupid commercials saying satellite dishes need to be adjusted a lot, the guy put ours up and the only time I had to touch it was to clear snow a couple years ago. We should go back to DirecTV, they left the dish out there.
Bank of America
I am sure I have more but I know from experience these companies treat their workers like dogs and get fatter and fatter
No problem with JC penney, Always had wonderful customer service
I hate AOL with a passion and I will have celebrate once they go bankrupt.
Verizon is my #1 most hated company, followed by Walmart, Wells Fargo, AT&T & Merk
10 Most Hated Companies in America:
Bank of America
Smart management from these companies screwed their own customers, employees, and investors with their own greed, ignorant, and bite the hands that feed them.
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