Electronic Arts hasn't been winning any friends with its customer-service snafus recently, and the shoddy behavior has landed the company in The Consumerist's bracket for "The Worst Company In America" -- yet again.
But the real question is how this poor sentiment translates to investor returns. In the following video, Jeremy Phillips and Austin Smith reflect on what the poor service means for shareholders, and their conclusions aren't good.
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