Dishnet Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Dish Network Corporation is an American television provider based in Englewood, Colorado. It is the owner of the direct-broadcast satellite provider Dish, also still commonly known as Dish Network, and the over-the-top IPTV service Sling TV.
A former employee said this in a review at Indeed website: "I worked for four months and it was a nightmare, working at Dish is not pleasant, it is not competitive and it is stressful, with bonuses that are very difficult to achieve, besides, the area I worked in treats the client very badly, the main thing is to get paid".
Alejandra says"Scam! Promise promotions then don’t come through . Worst company ever. Expensive. Useless"
Aaron Mcabee says"worst possible experience. After canceling my cable service at a 2nd home and wanting to open a new internet account at a new home I am purchasing they said I have to wait 90 days after I was on the phone for 1 hour. Terrible company to work with. I would never refer someone to them after that experience."
B. J. Smith says"Never have I talked to more collosally stupid people. If your new, customer service is great, however, they will screw over a long time customer in a heart beat. You always get stuck with a 2 yr commitment and no warning. They just send a damned bill with a jacked up price! And it's always the same b.s.! It's the guys that control the airwaves. They lost $$ and customers in the first quarter. I will dance in the street when customers start dropping them due to the pandemic and unemployment! I'm on a fixed income. And everybody is trying to suck the life out of what little we have in our purses! Jacked up prices! Food, gas, clothes, dish, OTC stuff...hand sanitizer, face masks! So now dish is piling on! Hope the next 2 quarters are worse! On the phone 5 times today. Put on hold then totally ignored! Total of an hour and a half! Had to keep calling back! They should be sued they say they have "top rated customer service" LOL! NOT!"
Sonal Bali says"Dish is just for the customers to make money for their business. When you disconnect their service they look for every reason to make money out of you."