Insurance Group - 1) Using
Opt-Out verses Opt-In for using your personal information. 2)
you to provide a stamp to opt-out envelope. 2) Junk
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) -
1) Ruby Ridge misuse of force 2) Waco Texas misuse of force, 3) Carnivore
email monitoring of Public mails, 4) Magic Lantern Public Surveillance,
5) Phone system Public monitoring.
(Postal Services) - To start, most postal services
come up short on service. FedEx is no exception to the rule.
1) The well packed package arrived as though
someone put their foot through it. Who, at FedEx did such a
thing and delivered
it anyway without comment? 2) Fed Ex came and picked up the package to return to the sender,
the sender failed to give a refund and nothing was heard from
either the sender or FedEx, I went to FedEx who had no record
of my name and address deliveries and required a tracking number.
That's a really poor database in this day and age. 4) FedEx
was again, no help at all in that only the sender could collect
insurance which in itself is a lengthy process designed to
claims. Don't consider your insurance as "real.' For this
reason, I try to avoid using FedEx and try to purchase from
that also don't use FedEx.
Michael P. Murphy
DBA The Small Businessman - www.smallbusinessman.com
Technical Site Coordinator and Registrant
(Complete Auto Care) 1) Junk
mail. 2) 99
cent Pricing 6/5/2008
USA (a Bank One Company) 1) Junk
mail. 2) Fake checks.
19 (Rocklin CA) 1) Junk
Ford Credit 1) Late posting of online payments causing borrowers to be late on their payments. For example, paying on Tuesday doesn't post until Friday. Very tricky for consumers and very good for Ford's bottom line, even if borrowers hate them for it. It's how banking is handled in America. Very badly.
Network Television - 1) Bias reporting 2) Volume increase
Covey Stores - 1) .99 cent pricing at stores.
Electronics - 1) .99 cent pricing at stores. 2) You
buy four books expecting full rebates,
but policy only honors one book based upon receipt rules AFTER
YOU HAVE MADE PURCHASE! 3) Fails to honor its rebates.
(Aloha Bob and O'Reilly books 6/16/04) 4) Sells old software
and hardware at full retail. Buyer beware!!!
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