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Posted:    bigtalldude

poor customer service

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If you are fed up with the piss poor customer service of AOL go to the 'Federal trade Commission' website and file a formal complaint. Law Enforcement agencies and Better Business bureaus throughout the United States has access to this program as well as the Security and Exchange Commission and if enough complaints are filed, the parent company will either take notice and do changes or just dissolve this piss poor company
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 7th of Nov, 2009 by   Christian998 0 Votes
You're not going to get anywhere with filing a complaint against AOL for any reason. You're wasting your time. There are a thousand ways to contact AOL - the easiest way is to chat live with an agent when you are online. AOL is a giant with endless resources. Get over yourself because you are nothing in their eyes and the FTC has more important things to do like chase down real problems, not someone who is upset with a customer service issue. If you don't know this already, learn it now.

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