Insurance brand and former shirt sponsor of Manchester United AIG has refused to hand over to the New York Attorney General the identities of workers who received $165 million (£117 million) in bonuses, prompting this spoof ad from angry consumers.
The spoof uses the brand's original commercial, but dubbs over the part where the father says, "we're with AIG", prompting his son to go back to bed rest assured that the family's financial future is safe despite the financial climate.
Here's the original:
The AIG brand is currently in tatters. Not only has US President Barack Obama lambasted the insurer for its dodgy bonuses, but the public are furious at the brand's total lack of respect for its customers.
The insurer, which was bailed-out by the US government earlier this year, has attracted a tidal wave of public outrage and looks to never recover as consumer confidence in the financial industry as a whole plummets.
Consumer confidence fell another 12.4 points in February as consumers continued to worry about major headwinds facing both the US economy and their own personal finances.
However, confidence in Britain's banking sector has improved despite the blows from the global financial crisis, according to the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
The regulator said London's reputation as one of the world's top financial centres was intact, despite the massive losses at many of Britain's top banks.