In general conversation, the terms "goods and services" are often used together. In economics, these terms have the following meanings:
In economics, goods are items that satisfy human wants and provide utility, for example, to a consumer making a purchase of a satisfying product.
A common distinction is made between goods which are transferable, and services, which are not transferable.
In economics, a 'bad', is:
the opposite of an economic good. A 'bad' is anything with a negative value to the consumer
Is there any more specific term for a 'bad' (something with negative value to the consumer) which is strictly a service?