The AARP sends a “hard sell” to members which is deceptive, offensive, and insulting. Isn’t the AARP supposed to protect seniors, not take advantage of them?
The absurd saga of how a straightforward, common oral surgery plays out in the United States.
DiscountFilters.com lies about the quality of their filters, refuses to honor their warranty, has fake reviews posted on their web site, doesn’t let customers post real reviews, ignores customer service tickets, ignores TrustPilot reviews, ignores Better Business Bureau complaints. On top of all that, at least some of the filters they sell can be purchased elsewhere cheaper.
About my struggle to get good therapy for a family member paid for by health insurance, with delays and difficulties caused by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts in particular and the business model of health insurance in general. This highlights the challenges many families face in accessing timely and affordable therapy.
They do good work, but they often put you through a significant amount of turbulence along the way.
The user experience for registering for the portal and checking in for appointments is riddled with problems. We deserve better.
ZAGG used to be good, is now bad. You probably should stop buying their screen protectors and cases. Do you have a brand you like?
Someone told Google that my “LInkedIn Jobs Filterer” Chrome extension violates LinkedIn’s trademark. It doesn’t. What can I do about it, when I can’t afford to pay lawyers to defend a free, open-source extension?
Misinformation and omissions in Science Friday’s COVID coverage endanger people’s health. The program should devote a lot more time to interviewing the experts who have been sounding the alarm about COVID than they do to the “experts” who have been downplaying the pandemic and denying scientific realities.