Is this the same chart that put Nintendo in last place because they don't actually provide any info, rather than any perceived 'eco-crime'?
17 posts • joined 11 Feb 2008
I've not had any issues using it. Yeah, it is another layer of hassle but it does have a purpose.
I understand that remembering the password could be an issue for people who only buy something every 6 months or so, but what is Steve's excuse?
He must be living an idyllic life if this is worth getting all upset about.
Surely asking the government whether it is legal or not it should of started alarm bells ringing.
"Is this way of betraying our customer's good faith, and violating their privacy legal?"
Any company which valued it's customers more than just cattle should never be going down a road that they need to ask such a question.
I left Egg when they decided it was ok to lie to me about payments made into a savings account. They swore blind via the Egg email system they could not tell me who paid the money in due to 'data protection' and 'privacy' reasons. I called their bluff but they were insistent. I ended up phoning them and asking for the info, which was given to me within minutes.
I closed down my accounts soon after that as It's never wise to give your money to someone you can't trust.
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