That, ladies and gentlemen, was a social media disaster for the ages. In an apparent attempt to connect with the common man, JP Morgan Chase announced an “online discussion” with vice chairman Jimmy Lee that was supposed to occur today before things very quickly went to…well, you know:
I have Mortgage Fraud, Market Manipulation, Credit Card Abuse, Libor Rigging and Predatory Lending AM I DIVERSIFIED? #AskJPM
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) November 13, 2013
Tomorrow’s Q&A is cancelled. Bad Idea. Back to the drawing board.
— J.P. Morgan (@jpmorgan) November 14, 2013
Who knew social media “engagement” isn’t always a good thing? In a show of just how poorly planned this event turned out to be, “evil” and “Satan” were two of the terms most commonly used in tweeters’ super-earnest questions.
We feel you, bros—but we also prefer a little more subtlety in our critiques. Some favorites after the jump.