Consumer Action

May 31, 2010

New Forum: DataDepot.biz Complaints

After my own bad experience with this F-rated company and meeting several others with similar experiences, I have decided to start a forum for the sole purpose of documenting this company’s bad business behavior.  Consumers have to band together and take action in order to hold internet companies accountable; otherwise, they continue to victimize unknowing consumers.  Check out DataDepotBizComplaints forum.

Please share this with everyone you know – you never know who else might be a dissatisfied customer needing a place to document his/her experience.  You can also learn more information about the steps you can take if you are “taken to the cleaners” by any company. 

Help us make a positive difference on the internet.  Bookmark this new forum, join in the discussion and share.

May 21, 2010

What Do You Really Know About Google?

Filed under: Google — Clark @ 9:51 pm
Tags: , , , , ,

I’m passing along this information – it is not my original info but it does pertain to consumer rights and protection so I think it is worth sharing.

Find articles such as:

Is history repeating itself with Google antitrust saga?

Consumer Watchdog Says FTC’s Google-AdMob Decision Will Hurt Consumers

Latest Facebook privacy intrusion touches Google

Latest Facebook privacy intrusion touches Google

and more on Inside Google, a new watchdog site with a focus on keeping an eye on Google – the internet giant.

They post articles about things going on with Google and provide a place to file complaints.

Pass this along.  As always, we consumers do have the power if we just take the time and make the effort to exercise our power.  Together, we can hold companies accountable.

Have a great day!

——————————————————————————————–

Advertisement

Looking for business or consumer e-mail lists?  Be sure to check out the Better Business Bureau ratings of any company before sending them your money.  One company to avoid:  Datadepot.biz – rated F by the West Florida Better Business Bureau.

Blog at WordPress.com.