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The Economist thinks government regulators are extortionists.

American Business Is Criminalized?

The Economist thinks government regulators are extortionists. Tweet

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Reversification

It takes a novelist to correct the financial industry’s word usage Tweet

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MetLife Requires Time Travel

MetLife asks me to travel back in time to provide a document Tweet

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Letter From A Reader With A Schwinn

Hello Mr. Selden,    My name is Lee Belding, age 14, and I have recently purchased a copy of your book, The Consumerist Manifesto Handbook. I completely loved the book. This is the best book I have ever read; well actually this is the only book I have ever read without being forced to! I […]

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Criminals Are Good At Customer Service

Some customer service agents have experience corporations want Tweet

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Comcast Wins “Fly The Flag Proudly Award”

Comcast wins a dubious distinction award Tweet

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Romney To Do Firerside Chat

JPMorgan Chase Makes Banks Uneasy

8 federal agencies are taking a look at JPMorgan violations Tweet

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A Romney plan with details

Romney’s Customer Satisfaction Plan

A Romney plan with details Tweet

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Oscar the Grouch may soon be in attack mode

Don’t Mess With Big Bird

Oscar the Grouch may soon be in attack mode Tweet

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A Romney Empty Chair Interview

A Romney Empty Chair Interview

 Romney Answers Consumerist Questions The 2012 presidential election may be remembered more for Clint Eastwood’s 12 minutes than anything else. He questioned an empty chair unoccupied by President Obama and pretended to be working for Romney when he was actually a double agent for Obama. Using that model, I recently interviewed Mitt Romney. Consumerist Manifesto: […]

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