Dahua and Hikvision dominate the global surveillance market. Yet, their growth is shadowed by controversy. Doubts arise from security flaws, ties to the Chinese government, and the potential data misuse. Further, their products are suspected to be used in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.
Do you know where your money is going when you buy from companies still operating in Russia? Learn about such companies and their activities. Discover how consumers can make educated choices that reflect their values and can stop brands from funding Russia.
Would you buy from a brand that supports war? What is more important: reputation or profit? Learn what consumers think and which food manufacturers continue to feed the Russian economy and help finance the war through taxes. Discover reasons why companies won’t leave the Russian market.
Discover the importance of business community programs and social responsibility. Learn how community involvement enhances business brand awareness, customer loyalty, and boosts company’s visibility. Find out what benefits community participation has and what customers care about.
On February 24, Ukrainians awoke to their country being bombed and invaded. They fled their homes and sought shelter from the most vicious European conflict since World War II. Ukraine is a sovereign nation that chose democracy after freeing itself from the former Soviet Union’s 70-year domination. Putin wishes to re-absorb all or part of Ukraine. Ukrainians want to remain free and in a state of self-determination. Why does PissedConsumer.com Care about Ukraine?
Trust is essential. It’s a fundamental part of communication and relationship which, if breached, can lead to upheaval and chaos in our society. Once the trust is lost, there’s almost no way to gain it back. The Internet is no exception. As a consumer advocacy website, we believe it is worth all the effort to build a credible and unbiased platform. We are determined to build communication bridges between consumers and brands.
Despite the Russia-Ukraine war, many world brands continue to conduct business in Russia. US consumers have voiced multiple complaints about international brands that have yet to pull out of Russian markets. A growing number of online reviews left by regular consumers on PissedConsumer.com express concern at this ‘hall of shame’ and urge for taking action.
Most people think of inflation as just the price of goods and services going higher, but that is just a symptom of the larger disease. How can you possibly save enough of today’s dollars to pay for tomorrow’s inflation? Should we all take a lesson from central banks around the world and consider holding precious metals?
Buying an RV is actually a cost-savings measure when it comes to travel, saving you and your family on lodging and dining expenses. But before you make this investment, you want to be sure you are protected. Here are some ways to help you.
The relationship between companies and consumers is a special thing. If a company makes a mistake or disappoints you, the customer, the relationship is terminated almost immediately. And when you are unhappy, that dissatisfaction can spread quite a bit – frustrated customers aren’t typically quiet about their displeasure. Video interviews are proof of that!
One of the most important things when buying a hot tub is to pick a spa that will meet your needs, lifestyle, and budget. The hot tub is supposed to relieve stress — not add to it. This is why you want to choose a quality product from a reputable manufacturer.
When consumers pay good money for appliances, they rely on the company’s promises and the quality of products that are claimed to work properly. What if the purchase fails you? How does the warranty work? Will you get the reimbursement? As a consumer, you have the right to ask for a solution. This is how hundreds of LG refrigerators with cooling defects have led to LG Electronics Class Action Lawsuit.
As the US is heading towards the recovery period and re-opens states, president Donald J. Trump grabs the attention of all America with his threat to impose regulations on social platforms by signing an executive order. This has awakened the critical case of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act that protects the freedom of speech online. So, what happens next? What should we be prepared for?
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, the Internet’s First Amendment, Needs Support of All Consumers!
Dear consumers of the USA! Your rights may be taken away from you by the US Senate. We, at PissedConsumer, need to stand together with millions of people that are used to speaking their mind online, need to stand together on defending Section 230 of the CDA Act.
Good review writing is not art. You do not have to be a perfect narrator to write a review and you can have your own reasons to publish your feedback. Mostly, people come to review websites when they were screwed up or cheated. Rarely users share their positive emotions. It’s particularly crucial to share negative experiences in order to warn others not to use certain services or purchase some goods.
Now all you really want is to vent out somewhere. So, you start looking for a trustworthy place, an online review platform where you can let go of your frustration and (perhaps) even find some "fellows in misfortune" so you can learn that you are not alone and maybe even find a solution to your problem. But how do you know what platform to trust?
The Internet is buzzing with recommendations on how to get rid of PissedConsumer, how to be removed from PissedConsumer.com, how to deal with reviews published on PissedConsumer.com, etc. So, we’ve decided to write this article and clear up some common misconceptions about PissedConsumer, whether PissedConsumer allows removal of content, and how to go about that.
Before you start reading this (hopefully) fascinating story, let’s conduct a little experiment. Try typing something like “remove review”, “remove content” or “content removal” in the Google search bar. What did you get? We think the same as everybody would – the Internet is full of all kinds of recommendations on what you “can”, “should”, “must” and “need” to do if you want to remove content from a review platform like PissedConsumer.com.
When the preparation for the moving day begins, one of the biggest preoccupations is how to pull through the whole thing. Since moving is quite a complex venture, one needs to be sure that every part of a task is being done properly.
Over the past years, PissedConsumer.com initiated and actively took part in uncovering numerous fraudulent schemes used by so-called reputation management entities to remove data from Google and other search engines. We have been closely cooperating with UCLA School of Law Professor Eugene Volokh, with whom we have managed to unveil a bunch of “shenanigans” involving fake court orders.
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