One Day Left To Nominate The Worst Companies In America!

It’s almost time to tally up the mountain of reader nominations for this year’s Worst Company In America tournament. There are only 24 hours left to gather support for those businesses you deem most deserving of the Golden Poo!

Send nominations to WCIA@consumerist.com before 5 p.m. ET on March 2.

In order for nominations to count, they must be e-mailed. Nominations left in the comments will not be counted.

As always, nominated companies must regularly provide goods and services to American consumers.

Here’s a link to last year’s WCIA bracket, which ended in BP barely squeaking by Bank of America to win the title. In fact, the fight was so close that we gave BofA our first-ever Silver Poo to honor its valiant effort.

Brackets will be announced March 12. Voting will begin March 13.

Best of luck, and may the worst company win!

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  1. Cat says:

    I’d like to nominate my company. For the way it treats its employees, not its customers.

    Too bad the WCIA isn’t about that.

  2. Ed says:

    CREDIT UNIONS!!!

    Oh, wrong thread. Sorry.

  3. StarKillerX says:

    Do we have 6,5000 nominations yet?

  4. a354174 says:

    Paypal

  5. WiglyWorm must cease and decist says:
  6. a354174 says:

    PayPal will win this year!

  7. Torchwood says:

    Go, [redacted], GO! Fight, [redacted], Fight! WIN, [redacted], WIN!!!!

  8. Foot_Note says:

    monsanto?

  9. nearprairie says:

    Fairpoint Communications

  10. Wench86 says:

    Can I give a blanket vote to every “big” bank?

  11. waicool says:

    solyndra, oh wait, nobody heard about that $500,000,000.00 fraud on the taxpayers.

  12. vastrightwing says:

    I nominate the Federal Reserve. It is in fact a company and nothing about it is a government agency. It sells currency as pure debt. The reason I nominate the Federal Reserve is because we don’t know the actual value of the currency they sell us and we are forced to use it whether we like it or not. They no longer announce how many of the Federal Reserve notes are in circulation, so we cannot see how much inflation they are introducing into our economy. Unlike Comcast, they don’t even have a telephone number to call to inquire about their product. They continually give large handouts to member banks without disclosure and it’s my opinion they are primarily responsible for the current economy crisis.