Aniplex Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Aniplex Inc. (株式会社アニプレックス, Kabushiki-gaisha Anipurekkusu) is a Japanese anime and music production company owned by Sony Music Entertainment Japan. Established in September 1995, Aniplex has been involved in the planning, production and distribution of several anime series, such as Fullmetal Alchemist, Sword Art Online, Demon Slayer etc...

A former employee mentioned, "If you like anime, Aniplex is pretty cool. But literally everything else sucks. Theres no structure you're left alone to work. Leadership is poor and non existent and there's lots of bullies."


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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Literally everything else No structure, left alone to work Leadership is poor and non existent A lot of bullies"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"No leadership No structure Good behavior is not recognized Bad behavior is left ignored Offensive conduct/behaviors (including nonverbal) by employees which are threatening, humiliating, or intimidating are commonplace."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Small group, hard to move up in company"

Tyson Brez says

"I have paid for this service since last year at Christmas. During this time it has been garbage. Shows will be unplayable, shows will lag and pause to the point it is unwatchable. Sometimes I try restarting the ap after waiting five or ten minutes just to have it freeze at the same point. Service has not improved and when I contact them, they actually have representatives but they just give you the run around until you give up asking if you have tried this or that to make the viewing experience not torturous. I only keep it for my son who hates the service but loves some shows they offer. It's a pity they are being purposefully ran in the ground after the buy up."

Ashlee Bennett says

"At the end of my free trial, instead of billing me, they just restricted my accounts access to all content. This lead to me cancelling my subscription, which the website now says will remain active until today, and because of this I cannot re-enable my subscription. Do they even want my money? Despite their abhorrent website, terrible media player and frankly vile UX, I'm willing to pay for the content to support the creators. Yet Funi refuse to take money out of my account and instead just stop me from accessing any content. How is it possible that a paid subscription based service actively has a worse website than any illegal streaming site? Unfortunely, they have 0 competition, so I doubt the service will ever get better. I'm still going to keep using the service so I can support the creators, and I hope that anyone who loves weeaboo trash as much as me does the same. But oh boy, you're in for a bumpy ride."

RH Films says

"Cant even skip to the next episode have to go back and pick the next episode then change the language from English to Japanese"

Jake Carey says

"This is possibly the worst experience I have EVER had with any subscription to something. I cancelled my membership back in June since the platform is absolutely horrendous to begin with. Come to find out they’ve been charging me the whole time?! I even had an email confirming my cancellation! Only response I get back is “we have no record of the cancellation” and refusing to give me a refund even though I clearly wasn’t using the service at all. This website is a scam I’d avoid at all costs crunchy roll destroys this service."

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