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.
Dish network hands down. If you get Dish Network, you have to pay to ship their equipment back to them when you quit. Since they bill you for the month ahead, they won't refund your money for the time you bought after you quit the service. You have to wait on the phone for at least 40 mins before you can talk to someone if you want to cancel your service, and you can only cancel during business hours on weekdays, not on the weekends.
Cable and satelite companies need to be made obsolete. Do it all online like HULU.
Try Bluegrass Celluler in Kentucky! New phone...won't work...14 trips to town in 24 hours... (10 miles each way) only to be told to take the battery out and "Blow" on it!! After running an ad in the local paper warning my customers not to cqall me on my Bluegrass phone, they came out and ...discovered that we had limited service. My NEW instructions? I have to turn off my data to receive a phone call!
I offered to cancel contract. was told "That ain't gonna happen"....along with a smirk.
I have been paying over $80.00 per month for nothing more than simple phone service. I could have gotten the same thing with a trakfone for $10.00 a month. My two year nightmare is up this month. Never again will Bluegrass Cellular see a dime from me. I'd rather use two cans and some string!
I really hate dish network, they have worst service and customer service is even worst.
They should be THE #1 worst company in US.
I. too, hate, loath and despise Skank of Amerika, Ball-busterMart, Spiti and Homo Despot.
The list of "most hated" is a verrry lonnng one. Why not simply post the most-liked?
Did you notice? Customer relations are a management responsibility, & in fact, every problem with these companies is the result of management decisions. The other companies some of you have mentioned too.
In a rational world CEOs & coporate execs would have to pay their companies, & pay them well, for the right to conduct their bizarre experiments in management.
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