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July 28th, 2011
04:49 AM ET

Question of the Day: Who's at the top of your bad service complaint list?

(CNNMoney) - With the economy still in shambles and many Americans still struggling to emerge from debt, find jobs and support their families, there's plenty to complain about. Add fraud and predatory lending to the mix and the list of consumer complaints gets even longer.

Shady auto dealers yet again took the number one spot on the Consumer Federation of America's list for the highest number of complaints in 2010, followed by credit card issuers and debt relief companies.

American Morning wants to know: Who's at the top of your bad service complaint list?

Post your response here. Your answer could be included in this morning's broadcast.


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  1. bob

    the worst service is all forms of government, from local all the way to the whitehouse. they DO NOT CARE what the people want or say. they will continue wasting money as well as ignore what is good and right for the country.

    July 29, 2011 at 6:14 am |
  2. Jim Kulp

    Can anyone explain why, when the national debt is discussed, there is mention of Social Security and Medicare. I look at my pay stubs, and I see three deductions: Federal Tax, Social Security and Medicare. If Social Security or Medicare need more money, then why not raise these revenues by increasing the amounts contributed. Is the government stealing this money to fund other programs?

    July 28, 2011 at 11:37 pm |