[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2012/04/LLfKJz.jpg[/newsimage]Video game company Electronic Arts has been widely criticized for monopolistic business practices, shuttering studios and spearheading a controversial anti-used game online pass program that has quickly become de rigueur for other publishing heavyweights. But does that make it the worst company in America? According to The Consumerist, yes, it does. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ea-named-worst-u-s-company-by-consumer-poll-60999/](http://www.myce.com/news/ea-named-worst-u-s-company-by-consumer-poll-60999/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Pitty the poll wasn’t extended to Canadian Companies.
Rest assured that Shaw Communications and Telus would have eclipsed EA in customer dissatisfaction.
As for wether the Banks or EA are the worst in America, just remember that a vast number of people who lost their homes courtesy of the Bank’s avarice and greed no longer have access to the Internet, or food or clothing and thus were unable to vote “online”
[QUOTE=olddancer;2628861]Pitty the poll wasn’t extended to Canadian Companies.
Cos Canada is not part of America!!!
[QUOTE=chickenlittle;2628897]Cos Canada is not part of America!!![/QUOTE]
Canada is a part of America, North America to be specific. It is not a part of the United States and the poster knows this which is why he said pity that the poll did not also incorporate Canada instead of just the US alone. Basically he is saying that Canadian companies can be just as crappy as US companies.
BELL Canada takes the cake.
And the SAQ, for taxing the F*** out of alcohol in Quebec.
Whatever, NHL '93 - NHL 12. 'nuff said