At the end of this bout, one of these competitors will have paid the price in blood. And lord help them if they try to dispute that payment with either company’s customer service departments.
Day 3 of competition in the arena suspended high above above the Worst Company In America Sarlacc Pit brings us a pair of pugilists that already spend most of the year trying to dish out some hurt on each other.
Regular readers of Consumerist comments have pointed out that you could set up a Bingo game based on oft-repeated sentiments, phrases, and gripes. Now, longtime commenter and all-around awesome human being catastrophegirl has created a set of Bingo cards just to play along with the Worst Company In America 2012 tournament!
For today’s afternoon bout, two companies that probably avoid walking down dark alleys for fear of being beaten up by angry consumers get a chance to kick each other in the teeth.
If this particular WCIA bout were a video game, we’d charge you $59.99 to play the most basic version, another $20 or so to play the full version, and then we’d still nickel and dime you for extras… But not before your account data is compromised by hackers.
Welcome to Day 2 of corporate carnage in the Worst Company In America Octagonal Steel Cage! Starting things off for today is another pair of bloodthirsty bankers out to prove they are just as astoundingly inept as any other business in the bracket.
It hasn’t been a banner year for either of these banking bruisers. But has12 months of settlements over fraudulent mortgages, along with all that planning/canceling/reinstating of fees, left these fighters exhausted, or has it hardened them into true WCIA warriors?
Go make some popcorn and gather the family by the glow of your data-receiving device of choice — It’s Worst Company In America time! And it looks like the first blood to be spilled in the WCIA 2012 Octagon of Shame will come from the veins of one of these two retail titans from Minnesota.
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!
It’s only been a few days since we first asked you to send us your nominations for this year’s Worst Company In America tournament and already we’ve been inundated with responses. But there is still plenty of time left to rally your friends, family, neighbors and random strangers to include your least favorite company in the 2012 WCIA bracket.
This Valentine’s Day, send your least-favorite business a vase of wilted weeds in the form of a Worst Company In America nomination.