February 18 2010 by Ellen Roseman
There are so many things. Where to begin?
— Companies that make recurring billing errors. Instead of straightening out the mess, they crack down on customers who don’t pay.
— Investment professionals who push risky portfolios on clients, based on false information on their account application forms. Later, they deny blame when the client complains about unsuitable investment recommendations.
— Lawyers who try to collect money by harassing someone with the same name as the person they’re chasing.
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