Electronic Arts, or better known as EA for short, recently picked up The Consumerist’s Worst Company in America award. EA actually edged out Bank of America in what can only be described best as a definitive victory. More than 250,000 votes were cast, and EA actually won by 64% of the votes over the rest of the pool. The result, apart from that unwanted title, will also see a golden pile of poop statue being given to EA – you can be sure that this is one accolade where EA will not parade in a glass cabinet somewhere, but rather, they would most probably melt it down and use the gold (if it is real gold, that is) for something else, like a ring for their star programmer. Who do you think deserved the Worst Company in America award for this year if EA was not around? Do you even agree with the results, or do you have some other candidates yourself that you think The Consumerist missed out on?
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