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Thursday, February 23, 2006

Great moments in consumer communication:
Over the past year, I would estimate I've seen at least 100 flyers/brochures/messages from Wachovia urging me to use online BillPay. I finally decide to click on the tab. I get an error message, and instructions to call the 800 number. I call. You can't sign up now, "we're down for maintenance, and upgrading to a new version." Ok, how long till I can sign up?
"March 13th".
That's it.
Stunning.

1 Comments:

Blogger Robert A. Feisee, JD, CFP(R) Professional said...

Unfortunate experience. I use quicken to link with most of my bill providers. it definitely reduces my anxiety when I pay bills now.

Robert Feisee

4:46 PM  

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