I'm not trying to be a Dish Network basher (I've been a customer over 20 years). I know the company took a lot of flak over the AMC thing, and customer service isn't always the greatest (but where is it always perfect?), but I was suprised to see them near the top of this list. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/the-10-most-hated-companies-in-america-162927740.html? 2. Dish Network Corp. (NASDAQ: DISH) REUTERS/Rick Wilking Dish’s remarkably poor customer service ratings show up in more than one survey. Customers knock its record in both the ACSI and in the MSN Money/Zogby poll. In the latter, it makes the “hall of shame” as one of the 10 worst-rated companies. Dish further alienated itself from its customers last May when it dropped several channels, including AMC. Among the shows that went off the satellite service were the highly popular “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad.” Employee ratings of their experiences at the company are as terrible of those of its customers. In a recent BusinessWeek story titled “The Meanest Company in America,” former and current employees called the environment created by the company’s founder as a “culture of condescension and distrust.” Glassdoor’s employee rating for Dish is among the worst in its entire survey that covers thousands of companies. Dish recently made an offer to buy broadband provider Clearwire, which would expand the satellite TV company’s broadband presence.