This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day

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Jarrett Seltzer lost everything he owned in a fire this past February. To add insult to injury, Verizon Fios kept Seltzer on their billing cycle, and served him with a $2,345 collections notice -- you know, while he's trying to rebuild his life.

Seltzer isn't asking for financial support, instead choosing to merely raise awareness of his aggravating ordeal. And Verizon isn't the only one getting put on blast -- Seltzer says Geico is up next.

Bad Business of the Day

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Bad Business of the Day
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Bad Business of the Day: A woman who penned an unflattering Yelp review of the Atlanta-based BBQ joint Boners received her own negative evaluation on the establishment's Facebook page.

A message posted above the female patron's photo claims she left her server no tip on a $40 meal, and invites other customers to harass her with expl