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1. Company With Not-At-All-Garbagey Customer Service Fines Woman $3,500 For Leaving Negative Comment Five Years Ago

A woman who, in 2008, left a negative review of the online store Kleargear.com on a consumer site called RipoffReport was fined $3,500 by the company for violating a non-disparagement agreement that likely did not exist until 2012. When she tried to have the review removed, she was told by RipoffReport that it would cost her $2,000 to do so. Unable to pay either fine, she took a hit to her credit score. The negative news has apparently generated a ton of new traffic for Kleargear, because the world is an unfair cesspool of filth.