Round 25: Bank Of America vs Toys R' Us

This is Round 25 in our Worst Company in America contest, Bank of America vs Toys R’ Us. Vote which sucks more, inside…

Here’s what readers said when they nominated the two companies:

Bank of America:
“aka Band of Assholes in our family”
“Bank of America cost me hundreds of dollars in bogus fees plus the hassle of trying to straighten out their mistakes and then my time to change my bank accounts to a different bank. After I left them, they still rip me off for $3 each time I need to use one of their ATMs.”
“Bank of America -what do you mean my ex can still charge my credit card?! You won’t permanently close my account either?! 16.99% is NOT the lowest you can go on a credit card!”
“Between now owning Countrywide and shafting its credit card users, it’s a no-brainer.”
“For sheer wickedness in how it views its customers (or should I say serfs)”
“Bank of America. I am sick of being @$$ raped by their non-boa ATM fees. Sometimes, I go to areas (in the US) that have NO boas and I still get punished. I am sick of all their hidden fees. (NEVER get a savings account there.) Also, arbitrary rate increases? Please.”

Toys R’ Us:
“Bad prices and terrible returns policy, oh and their super rundown stores.”

This is a post in our Worst Company In America 2008 series. The companies nominated for this honor were chosen by you, the readers. Keep track of all the goings on at

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