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Verizon records customer calls, they are unable and unwilling to stop recording you. When the customer tries to record Verizon it becomes clear that the customer is not to be given the same advantages or rights as Verizon. We do not accept the premise that customers are supposed to be subservient to big business. Unless Verizon changes it's policy the public, in our opinion would be better suited to find a company that respects their rights, basic reasonableness and good faith.

We spoke to Verizon and recorded their response which led to Verizon changing their policy. Are you listening NOW! Click to hear.

..McDonalds Tallahassee Fl. Region
It seems like a simple thing getting lunch to go at McDonalds. When the girl behind the counter forgot to include a 20 piece McNuggets and got the Chicken Sandwich wrong it seemed like a simple thing to correct. Welcome to the McDonalds at at 1944 N. Monroe St Tallahassee Fl. where a simple mistake opened the door to immature combative Tiffany Washington.

She was the last in a line of people who were incompetent and did not care about the customers. Corporate administrative assistant Amanda Gay started the apathetic ball rolling when she told us all 30 McDonalds that were corporately owned in the Tallahassee area took their phones off the hook form 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., every day. This claim would later be disputed by Tiffany Washington. Watch out for Tiffany Washington when you visit this McChucky's. Full article

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Weisman: Beware of new smart chip credit card scams

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Beware of Mets, Yanks playoff ticket scams

With the Mets and the Yankees headed into post-season games this week for the first time in nearly a decade, Major League Baseball playoff fever is rising. So is the potential for scams, according to Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman. The Mets will ...

CONSUMER ALERT: Mets, Yankees Playoff Ticket Scams

The New York Attorney General issued a consumer alert Sunday to help consumers avoid potential ticket scams ahead of the Major League Baseball playoffs. The Mets will be in the playoffs for the first time since 2006 and the Yankees are appearing in the ...

NY AG warns Mets, Yankees fans to watch out for ticket scams

NEW YORK (AP) -- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says fans of the New York Mets and the New York Yankees hoping to see playoff games should make sure they don't fall for ticket scams. He says scammers often target major sporting events.

BBB warns of scams

Becoming a victim of fraud can have a negative financial impact on a business, and Better Business Bureau of Central Oklahoma recommends business owners train their staff to be aware of seven common scams that can affect small companies. Every year, BBB ...

Must-Read: Consumer Reports' Cover Story on Elderly Scams

Most people know Consumer Reports for its product tests and unwavering integrity. What most don't realize, however, is that it can also at the forefront of identifying critical trends. The November issue makes the point very well with its cover story on ...

Susan Tompor: Contest scams use Publishers Clearing House name

The scam artists can scare you by pretending to be from the Internal Revenue Service. Or it turns out they can con you out of good money by generating short-lived joy when they pretend to be from Publishers Clearing House. It's a scam that's hitting one ...