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  #324373 28-Apr-2010 19:23
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Telecom

(family concensus)

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  #324387 28-Apr-2010 20:16
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Vodafone..

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  #324427 28-Apr-2010 21:58
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Dick Smith. It's complete bollocks.

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  #324428 28-Apr-2010 22:01
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Geekzone, so much ads, consuming my bandwidth. ARGHH wheres the disclaimer for these flashy ads!

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  #324433 28-Apr-2010 22:05

Perhaps this could be setup as a poll, made up of the companies that appear on here the most. Telecom I suspect would get the most votes, simply because they have the most NZ customers of any company in NZ. However on Fair Go last year, slingshot had the most complaints of any ISP proportionally, so maybe a proportional system could be developed

 

I would also give another vote for Als Litta biz in Upper Hutt, that I saw someone else vote for.

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  #324467 28-Apr-2010 23:15
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+1 Wlson parking, the Goldman Sachs of car parking companies.

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  #324468 28-Apr-2010 23:19

Glassboy: Dick Smith. It's complete bollocks.


Isn't it also owned by Progressive Enterprises, that Ozzie outfit that also owns countdown and woolworths and foodtown. I would vote for countdown, as very often when I buy food from it, it is past it's best before date, even though I paid full price

 
 
 
 


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  #324480 29-Apr-2010 00:08
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  #324492 29-Apr-2010 00:58
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Worst for what?  worst performing, or worst for their customers.  Couldbe the same thing,  but not necessarily.


I'm going to go with worst for customers  so my vote is:

Hanover Finance  (or indeed any of the finance companies who have bankrupted people.  I don't see any other companies on this list bankrupting their customers)



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  #324514 29-Apr-2010 07:47
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  #324527 29-Apr-2010 08:22
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Kiwipixter: +1 Wlson parking, the Goldman Sachs of car parking companies.


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  #324563 29-Apr-2010 09:47
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Telecom. Or more worse management Telecom has had in years.




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  #324566 29-Apr-2010 09:51
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SO, whats the score?

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  #324568 29-Apr-2010 09:52
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Fonterra for their relationships with Parm Oil production and their deforestation of rain forests. Also for there lack of action over the dairy pollution in NZ that is fouling NZ rivers and streams. IMO

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  #324599 29-Apr-2010 10:45
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