Big banks have done lots moaning lately. Every day, it seems, bankers are boo-hooing about financial regulations cutting into their profits. The bigger the bank the louder the sobs.
To replace lost revenues banks are charging new fees and eliminating services that previously were free. Sometimes the new fees spark a hail-storm of protest and the banks back off. Like last year’s failed debit card fee.
But are the banks really as bad off as they want us to believe?
The 32 finalists have been announced and head-to-head battles start today to determine the winner of Consumermist.com’s annual Worst Company in America tournament.
Who will you vote for?
Many well-known companies have again made the finals. Telecom giant Comcast is back to defend its title, but plenty of worthy contenders are in the field including, Verizon, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, WalMart, Toyota, Facebook, BP, Delta and many more.