Worst Company In America Semifinals: Bank Of America Vs. Walmart

Once again, Bank of America is so close to holding the Golden Poo it can taste it. And only one obstacle remains in BofA’s path to another shot at the WCIA crown. Of course, that obstacle also happens to be the world’s largest retailer.

This marks the third year in a row these two contenders have faced each other in battle inside the Worst Company Holodeck. Bank of America has sent Walmart home with a sore bottom in both previous instances.

However, it’s been four years since readers hated Walmart enough to vote the big lug into the Semifinals. It even managed to edge out the heavily favored PayPal, so perhaps the tide is turning.

Of course, the last time Walmart was this close to the WCIA Final Death Match, it lost to… Countrywide, which is now part of BofA.

But what’s past is past. In the present, it’s time to vote.

(Voting on this poll will close at 11:59 p.m. ET tonight, March 29.)

As we mentioned when announcing the Round 3 contenders, we want to add some suspense to the remaining contests so the results will stay hidden until we post the two finalists on the morning of April 2. So be sure to check back Monday morning to see if your least-favorite made the cut.

This is a post in our Worst Company In America 2012 series. The companies competing for this honor were chosen by you, the readers. See the entire WCIA 2012 bracket and schedule of match-ups HERE.

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