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Ive been a netflix fan for 3 years,,just jumped ship to blockbuster because netflix now has me wait a month for new releases and did not adjust my bill accordingly. bad business practice. offering less service and not discounting fees. good luck with that


As a former employee, I can say with all honesty that Netflix does the most it can for it's customer base while doing the least it can for the people talking to their customers. If you want a solid service and you're not one of the new release people that believe becsuae they pay $10-20 per month they are entitled to get anything they want for reasons beyound me, this is the service for you. If you are looking for a six month job with no promise for a career, find a local paper in the greater Portland area. Enjoy the oatmeal and mac and cheese, what more can you ask from a company that has had a 400% increase in its stock over the last year.


The 28 day window babies are still crying around here? Really? Just go away already, it gets old. You're in the minority and the majority of us have either blocked out your pathetic pleas for "justice" or are getting internet-rage...like me. Damn you!

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