Photograph by Coletivo Mambembe

JPMorgan may have helped Twitter float on the NYSE last week, but the firm was forced to call of its Q&A with vice chairman James Lee after receiving a stream of negative jokes and messages from the Twitterati.

The JPMorgan marketing team though that getting questions form the public with the hashtag #AskJPM would allow the company to respond directly to queries about its business, but Twitter users had other ideas and decided it was a good time to highlight some of worst moments in the company’s history and their allegedly questionable business practices.

Some of the comments were whimsical and light-hearted pokes at the financial behemoth, whilst many others were more pointed:

And then once JPMorgan pulled the public Q&A idea, they were met with more ridicule:


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