Top 5 Worst Furniture Brands

Top 5 Worst Furniture Brands

Where do furniture buyers experience issues most often? Look no further than this article. We provided a brief description of the top 5 worst furniture brands according to customers. All the companies were analyzed according to the following criteria: rating; things customers dislike; things customers like; number of resolved issues; responsiveness of the support. Acceptance Now Acceptance Now is a large enterprise that established partnership with some notable brands such as Beck’s Furniture, Rooms To Go, American Signature, and others. They offer flexible leasing agreements on furniture, electronics and home appliances. Pissed Consumer contains more than 1,800 customer complaints online about this company. Rating The company got an average rating...
Top 10 Most Complained Companies in November 2017

Top 10 Most Complained Companies in November 2017

As with every month, Pissed Consumer handles incoming information from users to compare companies and to identify the most complained about products/services of the month. Of that list, we give you the 10 companies consumers complained about the most at pissedconsumer.com. Below are the ones that were mostly discussed about in November.  1. GearBest Overall, the company has received some great reviews in the past. Most of the consumers that shared their experience with Gearbest said that they have been particularly pleased with the prices of the products, like a consumer who reported that he/she got his/her quadcopter at 30% lower price...
Whoops! T-Mobile Customers Victims of Data Theft

Whoops! T-Mobile Customers Victims of Data Theft

It would appear that Experian has dropped the ball on protecting the information of 15 million users. The credit company, which markets itself as “a name you can trust” held application information for the mobile phone giant, T-Mobile. Unfortunately all of the data from T-Mobile customers, including Social Security numbers, passport information, names, addresses and birthdays was among the compromised data Experian failed to protect in September. The Experian server that held this information was hacked and more than 15 million individuals have now had their information compromised. Fortunately it wasn’t a server with credit information and reports, but having a...
Taco Bell Reveals Ordering Online

Taco Bell Reveals Ordering Online

Taco Bell doesn’t register with consumers as being a high end product. It’s actually not even in the middle where you might order ahead and pick-up take-out. Instead, most of us use Taco Bell as a form of craving eliminator. Want a taco? Taco Bell will have one for less than a dollar. Spending less than a dollar on a taco doesn’t exactly warrant home delivery. But Taco Bell is trying to change all of that with its latest revamp. While Taco Bell has made some changes over the years including adding hotly anticipated breakfast items and many new menu items,...
Roca Labs v. Opinion Corp (DBA PissedConsumer.com). Roca Labs seems likely continue to sue customers who speak out

Roca Labs v. Opinion Corp (DBA PissedConsumer.com). Roca Labs seems likely continue to sue customers who speak out

Dear PissedConsumer User: Not everyone believes you should have the right to express yourself about the companies who take your hard-earned money for their products and services. Roca Labs certainly does not. Please read on to learn about the legal campaign Roca Labs is undertaking to punish consumers who complain about its products. Roca Labs is doing whatever it can to identify former customers and others who have posted their comments here so it can take legal action against them to prevent them from expressing themselves and informing other consumers about their experiences. PissedConsumer is fighting the actions of Roca Labs in...