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Submitted by primesuspect 782d ago | article

Electronic Arts’ Customer Service Problem Starts with NCAA Football 14

IdentityPR writes: "But what happens when Young Billy plunks down $60, fires up his console and runs into problems? What does Electronic Arts’ (EA) NCAA Football 2014 customer service provide?

Nothing. Electronic Arts’ customer service does not exist for one of their most popular games." (Culture, EA, Industry, NCAA football 14)

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