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ohnowhatsnext 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 11, 2014 1:58 PM Member since: Jan 26, 2006
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  • Selectively chooses which to post and not let post - very disgusting. Alert the regulators if this is happening to you.

  • Fictitious, manipulated "earnings" numbers abound. The smart ones know this is a fraud. Do you? imo.

  • Does experiments on its customers without their consent - we live in America you fools! Also, it's a waste of time - empty calories imo. Bad for kids, especially, because of the content they can view that's off limits. Who needs it?

  • Walgreens pulling a real stunt here - doubling the regular price, then showing a "deal" by reducing this fake doubled price by 20%or so. Do they think their customers are stupid? Keep tabs on what the regular prices are, and don't let Walgreens get away with this bad idea. Could explain why the stores are nearly empty when I shop there. Another dumb idea: businesss is down, so let's make up for it by raising the prices in a stealthy way to the customers we have left. Really intellignet, LOL. Like people don't notice!

  • ohnowhatsnext ohnowhatsnext Jun 25, 2014 4:00 PM Flag

    Walgreens pulling a real stunt here - doubling the regular price, then showing a "deal" by reducing this fake doubled price by 20%or so. Do they think their customers are stupid? Keep tabs on what the regular prices are, and don't let Walgreens get away with this bad idea. Could explain why the stores are nearly empty when I shop there. Another dumb idea: businesss is down, so let's make up for it by raising the prices in a stealthy way to the customers we have left. Really intellignet, LOL. Like people don't notice!

  • Their MSN Hotmail business is an abortion. I have never witnessed such stupidity with their "Call us overprotective" message in which they send a 4-digit code to be used in the recovery box, only to have an error message appear when entering it stating you need a 5-digit code! In my communications with Microsoft about this an other issues, I was shocked to realize how incredibly the people there are - including realizing they have this glitch and not wanting to or being capable of fixing it.

    I will no longer be a customer of the company and suggest you not invest in Microsoft - they simply so not know what they're doing, "succeed" (if you can call it that) despite their own incompetence (which is bound to catch up with them), and are profit oriented instead of people oriented. If they think screwing around with the email in hopes of my "upgrading" to a paid account will happen, LOL! Further, they have the audacity to ask if you would "recommend" their company after they screw around with you! I gave them the lowest rating and asked if they're kidding. When is the last time these people visited their heads? How stupid.

    I repeat: do NOT invest in this company. They could monkey around by buying their own shares giving the "impression" that the stock is being sought and bought, but don't you "buy the b.s." - Microsoft is horrible and a lot of people know it. You should, too. They suck, I switched accounts, and I wouldn't pay them a dime.

    Sentiment: Sell

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