I have had Comcast on and off for the last 5 years. The whole time I’ve been dealing with billing problems. In January of 2009 I disconnected services and went to AT&T. I had problems trying to disconnect with them and had to have AT&T guys come out on numerous occasions because they could never hook up my phone and internet. I called Comcast again to see what the problem was and they were still billing me for services that I was not using. I had AT&T for 3 months and was paying $120 a month for all three of my services and I actually liked Comcast Internet, cable and phone services better but I did not like their pricing. A Comcast representative called me after the 3 rd month of having AT&T and said "If you come back we will give you all three with DVR and movie channels for $129.00 for 12 months. Everything was fine at first and then in November, December, January, February & March of 2010 they randomly changed my bundle package from $129 to $178.88. I called and talked to 4 different people until I finally got a manager on the line and he told me that I should have noticed the mistake months ago. So here it is April 02 of 2010 and Comcast has overcharged me by over $295.00 dollars and they said that there is nothing they can do.
I am now waiting for that managers supervisor to call me back. They say it could take up to 24-48 business hours to call me back. I am getting ready to start a petition and I guarantee you there will be over 500 names on this list just from my area alone. I also am filing a complaint with "The Better Business Bureau" on Monday April 05, 2010. If anyone can help by signing the petition and telling their own story it would be very helpful to once and for-all have Comcast punished for treating us this way. No company should be able to get away with this.
Thank you again
Please email your stories that way I can work on getting them fired
MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NEW JERSEY -- OMG where to start? Got the notice that the switch to digital was coming and I needed adapters for all of my T. V.'s. (8) They "give you" 3, so if I want all the TV's to get the same channels they have now. (extended basic) I have to pay $18 month more for the 5 "extra" T. V.'s. So I thought might be a good time to call and see what kind of deals they had going. The Comcast salesman tells me if I go to the Triple Play, I can get the Premium channel cable package, phone, and 30 mbps high speed internet for $149.99 AND he'll throw in the other 5 adapters I need for no monthly charge. I agree and sign up.
Here's where it all falls apart. I get no confirmation whatsoever as to the agreement with the Comcast sales person. The day before the install I call Comcast and ask for a copy of a bill, or sales order to confirm that what they are installing and charging me is what I agreed to before they install it all. I'm told they can't do that! But he read over the phone what appeared to be what I agreed to. OK, no problem right? Wrong...
Next day the installer comes with just 3 boxes. (the "3 free ones".) I ask where the other 5 are and he says that's all there are on the order. I tell him the deal, and I call customer service while he is at my house. They say they DO SEE the FOUR (not 5) other boxes for free there. I argued that it was to be 5, but it wasn't worth it after a while so I told them to just ship me the four and I'll install them.. They do.
Back to the installation of the 3 boxes... after installing and turning on the DVR box it started making a loud grinding noise. I went into the other room where the installer was and told him. He came back into the room, picked up the DVR unit and shook it over his head! It stopped. I told him I wasn't happy with that "fix". He said that happens sometimes and it would be OK. It started doing it again while he was still here. He told me he only had one other unit in the truck and that one didn't work..so he shook it again. It stopped making the noise again. 3rd time it started making noise, he went to look and I had to take a call. When I came in a few minutes later he was filling out paperwork for me to sign since he was done. I told him I wasn't happy with the unit and shaking it to stop the noise. He said "in a tone" that he swapped it out already while I was on the phone. (but didn't he say he only had one other and it didn't work?) Needless to say this one didn't work for long after he left and I had to make an appointment for a new one. This new one works fine now.
The installer also didn't install the special modem needed to get the higher interenet speed that was included in my package. I found this out a week later when I did an internet speed test and called Comcast to tell them I wasn't getting the speed I was promised. They told me I need this other 2nd modem that was supposed to be installed when I was hooked up. I guess they count on people not knowing and never checking the speed.
So another appointment is made to install the new faster modem. The installer arrives and spends 4 hours at my house, new modem is working but at the same 16 mps speed as the other one. The installer calls Comcast to tell them the situations and is on the phone with the office and I hear the guy at Comcast say to the installer, "what does the customer want? Another 5 Mps? Is he OK with the 16? That's all I can get him. Tell him to try it for a few days and see if the speed picks up!" So they couldn't get me the 22-30 they are charging me for. I'm sure 98% of people aren't getting it and have no idea. They didn't even bother to put in the right modem. But the bill is right...So I gave up on the higher speed, since that was a "throw in" I'm sure I'll never get anything taken off the bill. Besides, I have no proof of any kind that I was even supposed to get this speed now do I?
OK, it gets better. a month later I get a letter stating that I haven't signed "the agreement" for 2 years at $149.99. (first ever mention of any contract at all. It will cost me $250 to cancel once I sign, and if I don't sign in FIVE days I will start getting charged Comcast's "regular daily rate".
I NEVER heard of or received any "agreement letter" prior to this. I've been asking for a copy of what I'm getting and getting charged for for 2 months to no avail! So I call and ask if I can get a copy of my "contract" so I can make sure it's right and I can send this agreement letter in. I'm informed that they can't do that(of course), but she reads to me that I'm paying $167.99 per month. Want to know why not the $149.99? Because I have 4 additional adapters that they are charging me for now!!! There is no record anywhere that anyone I spoke to (at least 5 reps and the sales rep.) ever noted on my account that these adapters are included. (even though I spoke to 5 on 5 different occasions who read to me off their screen that they saw they were to be included.)I even have the signed work order from the first installer stating that he heard the customer service representative on the phone saying that the additional adapters they are sending me are to be NO CHARGE.
Before you do anything with Comcast tell the representative that you are going to need to see a copy of your entire order e-mailed to you before you hang up the phone! They are scam artists. Everything I said here is 100% accurate.
Someone from Comcast is trying to contact the sales dept. in Arizona to see if they can confirm what I ordered. How is this guy, even if he didn't rip me off, going to remember my deal 2 months ago?, Why do customers have to rely on a sales guys memory from 2 months ago. Why don't we get a copy e-mailed of what we agreed to? In my opinion because if they don't give you anything in writing you can't say later that you're not getting what you ordered. Simple as that. I just got off the phone with a local rep (same 800 # I called.) who told me basically that anything I was told or promised before doesn't matter because they are the local Comcast, all these other agents were from all over the place. Only they can set pricing etc.!!!! Comcast says they have no record of my calls to all of their different reps over the last two months, no record of the original sales order, just what equipment I have and what they charge standard. What a rip off!!!!!
Update Sept 3, 2009
I called Comcast Tuesday to find out about the tracking down of the Arizona salesman. I asked to be connected to the Monmouth Junction N.J. Comcast as I was instructed to do by the gal who was trying to resolve this for me, of course the answer was "sorry sir, we have no way to transfer calls, can I help you with something'"..
After explaining the whole scernaio I was transferred to the "resolution department" (I think that's what she called it) They could help me. After a long hold I was connected to a woman who had no idea why I was calling, so that whole detailed story needed to be told again. After I told her how I wasn't supposed to be charged for the adapters she simply stated, " you get 3 adapters for free, each additional adapter is....". I swear to God! I cut her off and got upset and she told me....are you ready?...."Sir, when I have a salesperson come to my home or offer to sell me something, I get that person's card so if there is a problem I can call them." (note: no one from Comcast will give you any direct number other than 1-800- Comcast.) So now it's my fault! How arrogant. So I asked for a supervisor, put on hold and no one ever picked up. I contacted Comcast corportate in Philly, office of the president 215-286-8960. A lovely young lady answered and seemed very helpful. Someone would contact me that day. The NEXT day, around 5pm I was left a voice message. I wasn't home. They didn't try my cell like I asked. I called them back 5 minutes after they left the message. No return call now going on the 3rd day. Will keep you posted. This site is great for venting. It does make me feel better although I doubt I will ever get any satisfaction from Comcast.
I've been updating this review in the comments section under "golftipper". I'll keep you posted if it gets resolved. Please keep in mind when ordering these great Triple Play deals that 1. The $149.95 price doesn't include $5 modem rental, taxes, fees and such. I just also received a bill that charged me twice for the phone activation fee of $29.95. That's $60 extra on the bill this month and I already paid this fee last month. They did remove it but why do I have to keep calling them on this $@!#% ? My account also says that I removed all these premium packages on the 9th, I didn't add or remove anything!..never touched it and wouldn't know how. So who knows what my new bill will read... FIOS is still not in my area...just called again.
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE -- April 15, 2009
To Whom It May Concern:
I am very saddened by having to send a letter with so many complaints in it, however, I am so displeased with the Comcast company that I am considering cancelling my service that I have only had for 2 weeks.
Let’s go to the beginning of the ordeal. My husband and I recently bought a house. As part of that we decided that we would like to have internet, phone, and cable service. After searching the market and doing price comparisons we decided to sign up for the Comcast Triple Play.
Once we decided to sign-up we went to Comcast.com to fill out the questionnaire and talk chat with the online representative. 3 hours later after not being able activate the account my husband was told to call the 800 number the next morning. While on break at work he called and had to help the lady on the phone do her job. See the night before we had already established a home phone number, but she was insisting that we did not. Finally, after much convincing she looked at the account and found the information that he was talking about. So it took her an hour to set up our account. A bit of a long time if you ask me.
Then we go to the day of installation. We signed up for 2-5 P.M. because we had carpet being installed in the morning. AT 10 A.M. I received a phone call from the call center stating that the installer was on his way. I explained that the carpet installation would not be completed until noon and that he could come then. She said she would call me back at noon. However, at 430 I had to call the call center back because we had not heard anything. At that time I was told that we could expect the installer within 30 minutes.
Then we get to the installer. When he arrived and my husband began telling him what we needed done, he became very agitated. We did not follow him around the house while doing the install to watch him, however, it appeared after the fact that we should have. We asked him to make as many phones lines active as possible. However, he only made one phone line active to where we could plug in a phone. This caused a problem with our home security install because he had to run another phone line that would not have been necessary had our request for the Comcast installer been granted. We were expecting 3 HD DVR boxes and began telling the installer which rooms we were placing them in which was fine, but he had only brought one standard box. This takes us back to the phone call for set-up where the Comcast representative had told my husband that we could only receive HD boxes because that was all that Comcast offered now.
So we were taken aback when we received 1 standard box rather than the 3 HD DVR that we had paid for. In one of the 3 rooms we were planning to place a box the installer had to run a new cable line. He did so as we expected by drilling a whole in the floor and running through our garage that is under that room. It was a little disturbing that he asked me to help him find the whole that he drilled because he wasn’t sure where it was located in the ceiling of the garage. After showing him the hole I left to continue moving. After the install my husband and I were dismayed when we went into the garage to find about 30 feet of cable dangling from the ceiling. So I guess now it is our responsibility to clean up that mess, although it would be nice if Comcast would take responsibility for the mess and come back to correct it. In addition, when he installed our internet he removed the face plate from the wall in the room that was established as my husband’s office and did not replace it. I know it seems simple, but this disgusted us as we are in the process of removing all the old face plates and putting in new ones to make our home look nice. So where our cable line is we can now tell everyone that enters our new home that Comcast left it looking like a mess.
Since the install we have set up our email accounts. We were under the impression that when the internet was installed we would be able to choose our own email account names. However, our installer took the liberty of choosing something random for us. Much to my surprise when I logged in to my account the first time the username was the ridiculous name he assigned to me. It was listed as the “From” name when I sent out my first email to everybody I know. After an hour on the phone with tech support we were able to finally resolve that, however, I am still dismayed that when I log into my Comcast.net account it says “Hi, bm6295”. I find it very impersonal and offensive that you can’t make your system welcome me by my name and I am unable to change that myself. I was very disappointed when I was told that Comcast.net is going to call me bm6295 as long as I have an account there because in 6 months your company has been able to resolve this issue.
I have also tried to use the voice data account that is part of our phone line. However, it appears as though our installer did not set it up for us. In addition, I was informed very a service survey this morning that he should have explained to us how to use the voice data. That upsets me greatly that I am paying for a service that I don’t have and can’t use.
In addition, the installer neglected to explain how to use the DVR, but I guess that’s because he didn’t bring the correct boxes to our home. Of course, the only thing he said to us was to call 800comcast to request the correct boxes. When I called them I was told it would be 5 days before we could receive our boxes because we weren’t on a route until then. This only made me feel as if my money didn’t matter to your company. When the boxes were finally delivered, the man walked into our home, sat them down, asked me to sign a receipt, picked up the standard box, and walked out the door. So again, no one explained to us how to use the features on our TV.
At this point I don’t know what the answer is to resolve all of these issues. I do know that I expect some sort of compensation for the lack of services that I have received. I also expect Comcast to come back to my house, with a smile, free of charge, to correct the installation errors that occurred. I also expect this at my convenience since I have already missed 2 days of work for Comcast installation. I am also open for suggestions from your company on how you feel that I should be compensated for the disappointment and hassle your company has caused me. After you have contacted me to let me know your opinion about this and how you plan to compensate me for the inconveniences that I described above. I will make my final decision regarding whether or not to cancel my services with your company at the time that you contact me regarding these disappointments with your company.
Since submitting this letter to the corporate headquarters one week ago, I have received no feedback. This morning I called because my OnDemand is not working on the cable, and am waiting for a local supervisor to call me back.
LAKE JACKSON, TEXAS -- What I TRIED to send in email via Comcast's "cute" little "write to Jack" feature, soliciting customer feedback so that they can "continue to improve" the impeccable customer service they claim to insist on - ?!?!?! ROTFL!!!
Of course, when I actually attempted to SEND this email, I got an error message directing me to call COMCAST's "friendly courteous and capable customer service team".... er, yeah... THAT's what I want to do. WHO IN THE HECK TO THEY THINK THEY'RE KIDDING?!!!!!?
Why not just switch providers? Because every other one of the very short list of "competitors" in this monopoly industry is just as awful. GOVERNMENT endorsed corruption across the board. COMPLETELY NAUSEATING. (I AM going to figure out some way to escape this horrid hostage situation - by hook or by crook so help me lord...)
ONLY THE LATEST IN ONGOING UNIMAGINABLY HORRIBLE SERVICE
PROBLEMS. DO YOU PEOPLE THINK THIS IS FUNNY? I CANNOT
EVEN IMAGINE TELLING A CLIENT THAT IT IS THEIR JOB TO
REPEATEDLY CALL AND BEG AND TALK TO NO ONE OTHER THAN
IDIOTS WHO CAN DO NOTHING BUT READ FROM SCRIPTS -
ENDLESS "ON HOLD" in TORTURE CHAMBER of being subjected to
horrendous marketing blather - AS IF I WANT TO BUY ADDITIONAL
SERVICES FROM A COMPANY THAT CAN'T PROVIDE MY BASIC
HOME TELEPHONE SERVICE. HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY
PRETEND ANY OF THIS has ANYTHING to do with "excellence."?
Can't imagine ANY CONTEXT in which anyone could characterize
this idiocy as anything REMOTELY having to do with that word.
Following is in inverse chrono:
Having determined that “Lester” is a clueless imbecile, but still
Desperate to get my phone service working, at 10:40 pm I AGAIN called
1-800-934-6489. I AGAIN was put on hold in endless recordings
Hell for ANOTHER 20 minutes until I finally got through to
“Edward” in the Philippines. “Edward” said he’s worked for
Comcast for three years, so I was hopeful he would be more
helpful than “Lester.” NO SUCH LUCK.
After 15 minutes of same little game as I’d already endured with
Lester (“I’m sorry, ma’am - I’m doing all I can, my very best, but
the tech support line is still busy”), I threw in the towel.
I guess the gambit is just to weed out customers by attrition,
rather than offer actual support. I am LIVID. THIS IS RIDICULOUS!
Already endured this cr__ - TEN SOLID DAYS OF CALLING & BEGGING AND BEGGING & CALLING in Dec. 2013 . . . and
since then more about every 2 months with huge bottomless pit
of service crashes/malfunctions. Might be funny in a sitcom,
but even there I doubt it.
Clearly your Company has NOTHING BUT CONTEMPT FOR
YOUR CUSTOMER’s TIME AND ENERGY. I DON’T WORK FOR
COMCAST - I am SUPPOSEDLY YOUR CUSTOMER. But you’d
certainly never know it.
I DO NOT HAVE TIME FOR THIS RIDICULOUS NONSENSE.
ENTIRELY DEPLORABLE EXCUSE FOR A COMPANY - and for
that matter an INDUSTRY.
I’m at my wits’ end. I have no idea how to get ANY KIND OF
SERVICE OUT OF YOUR SORRY COMPANY.
@ 8:00 p.m. Thurs., July 31 2014
After waiting on hold with ENDLESS excruciating Comcast ads
and self-promotion - Hostage AND Tortured, all characterized as
talked to “customer account executive”
- HA! “executive”? Treating your customers as
stupid chumps? SERIOUSLY??? ABSURD! -
"LESTER" in the Philippines, who has worked for
COMCAST for a whopping month.
Told me he was trying to connect me to the
people who know how to help me.
This went on for TWO AND A HALF HOURS!!!
NEVER GOT THROUGH to ANYONE!!!
Lester kept saying that he really wanted to help me
and he was doing everything in his power but all of
the tech support people were very busy... blah blah
blah blah blah blah blah blah blah AD NAUSEAM.
Finally had to GIVE UP - after TWO AND A HALF
HOURS!!! (THAT bears repeating!!!!),
Including being subjected to endless recordings
telling me how much Comcast values my business
and I just need to stay on the line and a "customer
support account executive" would soon be available
to help me.
After absolutely no luck with any of the “online resources” @ Comcast
1/2 HOUR on telephone w "Joan" in the
Philippines who told me she had my problem all fixed.
SHE DID NOT:
Called Comcast Service Dept. (Thurs. July 31 2014 @ 5:15 p.m.)
@ 1-800-447-9085, and spoke with
“Joan” (re telephone service for 979-265-5842)
Joan said she thinks that the problem is that this telephone service
& modem are still connected to the "old network"(why I have to call
customer service in order to “get migrated” instead of that happening
automatically, I have no idea...) - and that telephone service can be immediately restored & repaired by:
"migrating" the phone & modem to Comcast's "new network"
Process - requires downloading different data to modem,
which will cause a brief internet service interruption;
after the "download & migration", the service will be
"re-activated" or "activated" on the "new network";
process takes about 20 minutes, following which service/
all services - telephone, internet & TV - should be restored
to just the same as they were before (including same settings,
etc.) EXCEPT with phone service WORKING and all services
better & more reliable going forward.
Joan's re-cap of what she did, in Comcast Lingo, is:
- "registered" my modem to Comcast's "new network"
- "created a switch to assign a modem to a new number,
as part of the activation process"
Result should be that my modem should have one telephone line
(same as before, same as always)
Joan added these instructions:
- Make sure telephone line is connected/plugged into
modem "phone port" (i.e., NOT plugged into the wall jack.)
- Any continuing or future problems, call Comcast support at:
1-800-934-6489 (available 24/7)
or 1-800-447-9085 (line I called & got Joan, but NOT available 24/7)
CORPORATE: PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA -- I chose this location in Philadelphia because according to Google it is the corporate location.
The biggest issue with Comcast is its customer service. The Comcast Customer Service reps lack knowledge about the product and services; they lack customer service integrity and loyalty to the brand. They are reckless regarding the customer experience and potential liabilities resulting from their lack of knowledge and proper response to client issues.
When a customer is paying outrageous charges just to watch TV and they call Comcast regarding an issue; a question; education or guidance, the customer is calling a Comcast Representative, because they truly believe that representative will be able to help them. As a representative the Comcast Rep should be knowledgeable enough to give the customer right and true answers and/or guidance.
If the Comcast Rep cannot do that, who should the customer call? Unfortunately, if a Comcast customer service representative gives you the WRONG information, and you believe them because they are a COMCAST Customer service "REPRESENTATIVE", (that you called for help), if the information turns out to be wrong, YOU are Doomed. Even if, you have a copy of the CHAT with the representative giving you WRONG information in the CHAT. It does not matter that the person you called for help is wrong...You the paying customer are still liable.
Also be aware that since Comcast uses contractors for installations and sales, if some of your personal equipment goes missing from your home during installation, you may get some free channels. If you call Comcast customer service and get a representative who happens to be a contractor, they may offer you better services with another cable company, instead of focusing on your issue with Comcast. Just make sure that the representative who is trying to sell you another service company at least addresses your issue with Comcast before you hang up. If you call Comcast to complain about the Comcast customer service representative who offered you services with AT&T Uverse; who kept your phone number and calls you regularly to see if you will consider letting them set you up with another Cable company; and the Comcast representative that you get to make this complaint says; "that happens sometimes because the representative was a contractor", you are again on your own.
I was with Comcast as a new customer for only 4 months. It is remarkable how they tell you that the conversation may be recorded, but they just so happen NOT to have a copy of the recording where you are later disputing the contents of a conversation with another representative
My experience with Comcast is NOT over, I still receive phone calls regarding retention, from reps who are not aware that I have not been a cable or internet customer for 2 months now. This is another example of poor organization and administrative protocol. I am still being billed for the security service I requested be canceled 4 months ago and the equipment picked up 2 weeks ago.
I received another call today (3/5/14) from a Comcast Service representative asking me about retention for keeping the cable and internet services that were canceled and equipment returned on 1/22/2014. At this time I was also notified that I would be receiving a final bill which includes a $1000 early termination fee for the security service I called within the grace period to terminate 4 months ago.
What is so ironic about that call on 11/29/2013 is that when the Xfinity home rep could not tell me how to stop the touch pad from beeping and I said "I don't think this is the system for us; how do I cancel?" The representative said, "I can go ahead an get that started...you are within your 30 day period. I said "Really!!! I didn't even know I had a 30 day period". It is convenient how Comcast has a record of most of my calls regarding my complaints and issues, but absolutely no record of the call I made 11/29/13 the day after Thanks Giving, to request cancellation of the Xfinity security services.
It's like imagining a Mafia experience from its portrayal on TV or in Movies. I can now imagine what that might feel like from the perspective of someone unknowingly getting involved with a group, person or company that is willing to benefit from them at any cost and in some way regardless of the injury as long as they prevail.
Before you order Comcast; Consider the recurring issues in the reviews, i.e., Customer Service Reps. Consider the cost of doing business with Comcast in general or if there is an issue that you need them to solve. Consider how they got so big even with such a high rate of complaints. AND...Consider how vulnerable you are if Comcast is the only provider in your area, then hope you get lucky, like some reviewers on this review site. In any case be careful. Best Wishes
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS -- Posted in the NY Times today: “Comcast Profits Jumps 28.6% on Growth of Broadband.” Brian L. Roberts, Chief Exec at Comcast said that this is due to “focus on delivering innovative products and superior customer experience.” I say, bulls***! Comcast’s second-quarter earnings rose to 1.7 billion because customers can’t find any alternative companies, so we settle for the only thing available.
Earlier this week, the police came to my house to take a statement and report about computer hacking via my Comcast/Xfinity Internet service. I could not get through to Comcast this entire week. They put me on hold and then tried to transfer me to different departments to resolve my network/computer hacking issue. At Comcast, my calls were dropped a total of 7 times! A few customer service people told me that they were having troubles with their internal phone systems and calls were being dropped. I got an apology but no resolution to my issue. I am supposed to be “An XFinity Insider; one of (their) most valued customers.”
I have lost time, productivity at work and the hacker can still get into my computer and steal all the details about my life and work. I am a responsible computer user, too. If this can happen to me, it can happen to anyone. The hacker actually was on my computer searching through my files and email while I watched them moving my computer mouse.
Any suggestions about how to sound the alarm about Comcast and their terrible service? One representative at Comcast told me that to investigate my hacking problem, I would have to pay additional fees for their “signature support services,” but when I asked about the amount of the fees, the woman on the phone said that she could not hear me! How can I raise public awareness about the dangers of using Comcast/Xfinity and getting your computer hacked? People need to know that the company will not help you unless you fork over more money, even if you are a "most valued customer."
LYNCHBRUG, VIRGINIA -- For the past few weeks, our internet service has been acting up â going off for hours at a time and then coming back. Wednesday night we lost service and could not get our modem to go online again. Thursday morning it still was not working, so I called customer service.
They told me that it was not something they could fix over the phone and a technician needs to come service it, which was fine. They said he could be there between 3 and 5. Since I work at home, I asked if they could come any earlier since I was being hindered from work, and the guy put me on hold to check and when he came back and started talking, he hung up on me.
I immediately called back and after going through the automated process, I was connected to a guy calling himself AJ in the Philippines who proceeded to tell me that I had no appointment scheduled for that day, and in fact, the earliest he could get me an appointment was going to be TUESDAY. I told him that I work from home and need the internet to do so and asked to speak with a manager. He refused to let me speak with a manager and insisted that the only option I had was to take the Tuesday appointment despite the fact that it was going to hinder me from working for the next FIVE days.
I call back because I really needed my internet fixed and wanted answers as to why it would take a company FIVE DAYS to fix something that they are billing their customer for. The lady I spoke with told me that she could escalate my ticket so that dispatch would try to get to it sooner and that I should hear something back within the next hour. An hour passed, and my phone hadn't rung, so I called back and spoke with a man who told me that because of storms in my area (which happened over a week ago and were not bad in my area at all), dispatch was busy and that's why I couldn't get an appointment until Tuesday but that he would escalate my ticket and I should hear something. I asked to speak with someone about canceling my account because I knew Verizon could come out and install DSL the same day. I was connected with their retention department, who told me that she would escalate my ticket and someone would definitely be out before Tuesday to take care of my problem.
I drove to work (a long commute because as I said I normally work from home) and started chatting with customer service online, just to make sure that all these people who said they were going to escalate my ticket really had. The guy I spoke with was very nice and helpful and actually gave me a confirmation number for the ticket he escalated. On my way home, I received a call from dispatch saying that I should be getting a call from a technician within the next 24 hours with the time when he would be there to fix my internet. I SPECIFICALLY ASKED THE LADY I SPOKE WITH IF THIS MEANT THEY WOULD BE THERE BEFORE MY TUESDAY APPOINTMENT, AND SHE SAID YES.
Today I got online to check my account and see if there were any appointments scheduled, but it was showing none (not even the Tuesday appointment), which made me think that the person I had talked with last night actually was right. THEN, I get a call from someone else from Comcast saying that unfortunately, no technicians were going to be available to come service my internet until TUESDAY. I was baffled. I asked her about the call the previous night, and she said she had no record of it, and all she knew was that no one was coming to my house until Tuesday. I asked her if I had been lied to then by the woman who called me last night, and in a roundabout way, she admitted that yes, I had been. Again, I asked to speak with someone about canceling my account, and they assured me that they would escalate my ticket and call me back with an answer. She did call back, which I have to give it to Charlene for coming through on that. No one else who said they would call me back has. BUT, all she had to say was that she didn't have any answers for me yet, and someone would be in touch with me soon.
UNBELIEVABLE! How does this company stay in business with customer service this bad? I will be switching, and more importantly, I WILL be telling everyone I know to avoid Comcast like the plague they are.
One consistent theme of Comcast is that no one ever does what they promise you will be done and no one ever calls back to follow up!!
We decided to get Comcast service for the first time when moving from Kansas to Indiana in November, 2010. My wife has a brother who works for Comcast and our landlord also has family working for Comcast. Therefore, we began this experience with a positive outlook about the company.
We ordered Comcast's Double Play – Phone and Internet service package for $39.99/month. This was ordered online on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 12:56 P.M. Our confirmation shows Bridgevine Order Number:ap-244761. We have a printed copy of this. Our Order Reference Number was: 427915292 and our Account Number was: 017273130735. Installation was scheduled for Monday, November 22, 2010, between 1-5 P.M. Ticket Number was: CR228438974.
Service was installed on time and worked fine; for exactly one week! The installation man would install only one connection for our whole home. We had a phone and two computers hooked up to it, a desktop and a laptop. On the afternoon of the next Monday, November 29, the laptop started receiving a message that Comcast was having problems connecting with it. Then began a series of trying to seek correction of this Comcast problem, beginning with online assistance and then many phone calls to their tech support. Everyone I spoke with was polite; they just were all lacking any ability to correct the problem. They would tell me they had to send it to more technical staff within Comcast and that they would then contact me. No one would allow me to actually speak with a more technical person and I was never called back by anyone! After almost two weeks of this, I thought the problem might be with my laptop, although the messages from Comcast online always said they were having problems connecting. I wiped the computer memory clean and reloaded everything back onto it. I got the same exact message from Comcast. A friend has AT&T Internet service, so I took my laptop there to see if it would work on AT&T. It worked immediately from first plugging it in! At this point, I decided to switch to AT&T. Even though the same service was more expensive with AT&T, at least it worked. I terminated Comcast service, effective Monday, December 20. Since it was still within the Comcast 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee, I was told that I would receive a full refund of the $98.29 I had already paid. This first bill that I'd paid billed me $47.20 for monthly service, instead of the $39.99 that I had ordered!
When AT&T was here to hook up their service, they informed me that Comcast had cut all of the AT&T lines which had been in the house, running service to every room. Comcast uses totally different types of lines, going to a different location, and there was no legal reason for them to cut the AT&T lines. In fact, it was a criminal action!
On Tuesday, December 21, at 10:35 a. m.; I spoke with Sheila at Comcast. She issued a work order, number 002344563, for Comcast to repair the cut AT&T lines; agreeing that the lines should not have been cut! She told me that a Mike 'Estes' (spelling?) at the Anderson Comcast office would be contacting me to get it fixed. His phone number was given as 765-622-2914. He left one voice mail message for me and has not returned any on the messages I have left for him! She told me that I would receive the full refund check within 4 to 6 weeks. This guaranteeing of the refund to be in the mail within 4 to 6 weeks is a habit of Comcast, a delaying tactic that they used with me every month. They can issue bills promptly, but seem unable or unwilling to issue refund checks! At 3:45 P.M. that same day I returned the Comcast modem and power cord to their office at 335 E. 10th Street, Anderson, Indiana.
On Wednesday, January 12, 2011, at 3:53 p. m., after receiving another bill from Comcast, I called them and spoke with Jackie, employee # 6421 in North Carolina. She told me that their records did show that I had returned the modem for which they were billing me and that I should ignore the current bill. The 'final bill' should be received by me 4-6 weeks after December 21, 2010. Then the 'refund check' should be received by me 4 weeks after that. She said they would follow up on the damage claim. No one had contacted me to repair their damage.
I next received another bill from Comcast, showing current account activity through January 14, 2011, adding more money due! It was charging me $70.14 for 'unreturned equipment'!!!. On Friday, January 21, I received a COLLECTION ACTIVITY ALERT from Comcast, dated January 18, for the full amount of the bill dated January 14. After only 4 days from issuing a bill, they sent the COLLECTION ACTIVITY ALERT for the amount of $119.29!
On Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 1:54 P.M. I called Comcast and ended up speaking with Dan, employee number 86907 from Fort Wayne. He was nice, polite and assured me he would take care of everything and that I'd receive the refund check in 4 weeks. However, the only thing that actually got changed was to show the return of their modem!
On February 14, Comcast billed me for $49.29 (monthly service charge, including tax)! I had terminated service two months prior and they still owed me the refund of $98.29. But, instead of refunding me, they were still charging me more!!!
On Wednesday February 22, at 4:18 p. m., I called Comcast again and spoke with Clint, employee # 86118 in Indianapolis, and his supervisor Stacia. They reassured me that I would actually get the refund check in 4 weeks, saying they could not expedite it despite its long delay. They also issued a new work order to repair my cut AT&T lines, # 002465355.
On Saturday, February 26, I received another COLLECTION ACTIVITY ALERT for the new amount of $49.29. Now, on Tuesday, March 22, I received a COLLECTION NOTICE from a collection company trying to collect this $49.29 for Comcast!
I still have not received my refund check, many months promised and far past due, while Comcast still tries to collect unjustified charges! Plus, they are ruining my good credit rating!!!!
Can anyone help me with this monster?
Here is the conversation, live chat below. I was told it was no problem to set up service and got strung along so far before being told they can\'t give us service in our building that I cannot return the modem and am told they are at no fault for this?
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Connected Status: Analyst Br is here and your issue status is: working
Problem: Hi there, we have been trying to get activated for over 2 months now but our building is \'not on the grid\', I have spoken to someone but no one gets back to us and I bought the modem over 2 months ago (for the deal). help me out here?
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Sh(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:18:38 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hi there, we have been trying to get activated for over 2 months now but our building is \'not on the grid\', I have spoken to someone but no one gets back to us and I bought the modem over 2 months ago (for the deal). hel me out here?
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Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:18:42 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hello Sh_, Thank you for contacting Comcast Live Chat Support. My name is Wa. Please give me one moment to review your information.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:18:56 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hi there Wa
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:19:04 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hello, Sh. How may I help you today?
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:19:32 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Are you trying to order Comcast services?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:19:42 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
well, we got the modem after I chatted with someone a couple months ago, wanted to take advantage of the special ya\'ll were offering
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:20:18 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so we have the modem, I have all these rebate forms, but Comcast can\'t turn it on in my building even though the sales guy I talked to said it would be no problem
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:20:28 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
(we found this out after we got the modem)
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:20:38 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so, do we have to move to get service or what?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:20:52 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
talked to someone else who said he would get it taken care of, no email, nothing
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:21:07 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so how do I return this modem and count myself out the shipping both ways?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:21:34 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I bet I can\'t get the rebate now, and how about that deal we were promised? I have a 110$ paperweight right now, lol
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:21:49 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I just looked up your address in our system, and it showed for 'in seattle', \"THIS IS AN MDU NOT SERVICED BY COMCAST\" .
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:22:29 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
right on, the guy I talked to before I went and spent al lthis money told me NP
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:22:33 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
but now it is
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:22:41 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
This most likely means that your apartment building has some sort of exclusive agreement with another internet, TV, or phone provider, and that they have not provided Comcast with permission to run our wiring to the building.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:22:58 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and the next one said he would get someone to put our building \'on the grid\' and now it is not
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:23:38 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Well, you would need to talk to your landlord about that. Currently, we do not offer service to the building at all, but we do offer service in 524 BOYLSTON AVE E .
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:23:38 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
ah, we have several services here, I had Qwest and they had to get \'on the grid\' whatever that is but it only took them a week
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:23:57 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
um, no, I want out since we were ..I will put this nicely...misinformed
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:24:09 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I want to get our money back for this modem and just forget about it
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:25:33 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Well, where did you order the modem from?
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:25:42 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
If it was online, which specific web site?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:25:51 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
um...that is a good question, the guy gave me a link off your website
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:25:56 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
let me go check the email
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:27:19 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
OK, got the box and it says Comcast corp. broadbandoffers.com
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:27:57 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
shipped on December 14th, man this has turned into a nightmare
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:28:20 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
why would that salesguy lie to us? I am really concerned about that
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:28:26 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
not just one, but TWO
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:28:36 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Okay, broadbandoffers.com is a web site run by a third-party reseller, Leapfrog Online. The \"free modem\", \"free router\", and rebate offers listed on their site are offered through Leapfrog directly, and not through Comcast.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:29:21 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so you are telling me that Comcast screwed us over and we cannot do anything about it???
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:29:28 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
If you have questions about returning the equipment they sent you, you will need to contact Leapfrog directly. Their contact information should be listed on Broadbandoffers.com or Comcastoffers.com, or I may be able to look it up for you.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:29:55 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
NO NO NO this was a camcst salesperson who got me INTO this
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:30:10 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
how about could you pass me over to a supervisor?
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:30:39 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Comcast did not send you a modem and/or router. Leapfrog Online did. The \"free modem\" or \"free router\" after rebate offer, is an offer that Leapfrog Online offers, and that is not available directly from Comcast.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:31:05 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
the salesperson linked me to it and lied about us being able to have service
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:31:25 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I had to put my addy in to chat to you so he KNEW that this was impossible yet pushed it anyway
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:32:05 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
The email from Broadbandoffers indicates that you placed the order through Leapfrog\'s site. The contact number for Leapfrog online is 877-668-7221 .
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:32:09 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
let me talk to a supervisor
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:32:32 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so what if we did it was because of a COMCAST employee who said we could get SERVICE
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:32:57 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this is wrong on so many levels and you know it, I worked your job before and know you are tied but there is someone who can help
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:33:05 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so give me a supervisor, please
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:33:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
at least they can get whatever affiliate to understand this was comcasts fault and \'misunderstanding\' that has caused us to own a modem we do not need
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:33:52 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I\'m checking to see if a supervisor is available over chat.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:34:06 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and can\'t use and I looked it up on eBay I would be lucky to get 20-30$ out of my 110$ investment into hades
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:34:10 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:34:53 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
When did you place the order?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:35:02 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this was December
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:35:21 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
probably around the 10-12 since the ship date was the 14th
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:35:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and I have chatted back and forth and you are the FIRST one who has told me no way can we get service
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:36:05 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I mean, seriously, why would I even order that modem if I was not told it was good
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:36:22 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
do you have 100$ to pay for something you do not need?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:36:35 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
especially prior to Christmas??
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:36:41 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
In December 2009, Leapfrog had the following offer: $100 Gift card and free modem after rebate when purchased through Leapfrog.
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:37:16 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Leapfrog owns the following sites: www.Broadbandoffers.com, comcastoffers.com, comcastdoubleplay.com, comcastcableoffers.com
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:37:19 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and that is only AFTER you have service PAID for
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:37:25 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
you have to give them the receipt
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:37:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
or they do not give the discount, that is a typical deal between the affiliate and the company
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:37:54 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
the company cannot give me service yet told me they could
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:37:58 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
now I can;t get the rebate
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:38:08 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and have a usless brand new modem
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:38:18 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
If they sent you the modem, then you would have purchased the modem from them, and you would need to contact Leapfrog is you want to return the modem.
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:38:45 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
The modem can be used with any cable internet provider, if you move to a serviceable address.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:38:47 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
get me a supervisor
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:39:07 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I can\'t stand this anymore, you say the same thing but you KNOW Comcast can help me here one way or the other
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:39:31 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
they ARE YOUR AFFILIATE not mine, and the deal is because you get COMCAST service and I was sent thereby someone on THIS SAME CHAT
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:39:38 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
would you like me to forward the emails?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:39:46 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so I have to MOVE
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:40:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
give me a break, do you understand how ridiculous that is
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:40:16 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
MOVE to use a modem because of one of COMCASTS sales people?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:40:45 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
how bout you send them over, they need to bring a truck, and pack our stuff...oh, and find us a place at this rate, location with our balcony that takes cats
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:41:09 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
oh, they need to pay our deposit as well. Sure, I will move to use a modem, on those conditions
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:42:20 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hm, and in that first email it says this: In the event that Comcast needs to re-submit your order, all rebates offered exclusively on ComcastOffers.com will still be honored, provided redemption rules are followed.
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:42:27 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I am still checking with my supervisor, Sh. However, if you purchased the modem through Leapfrog Online, you will need to contact Leapfrog Online if you wish to return the modem. Their phone number is 877-668-7221, and their email address is firstname.lastname@example.org .
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:42:44 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I need comcasts help in order to get that done and you know it
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:43:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I can call and email them till the zombies are here and they will send me BACK to Comcast
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:43:10 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Again, that email message would have been sent by Leapfrog Onlline. The site ComcastOffers.com is owned by Leapfrog Online.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:43:17 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so we can do something now or I will have to go back and forth and back and forth
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:43:37 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Date: Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 4:25 PM
Subject: Comcast Digital Cable Service Order Confirmation
To: \ (withheld)
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:43:41 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:43:45 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:44:14 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
that is the ORDER confirmation
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:44:21 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
it had to go through ya\'ll first
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:44:48 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
So, you\'re saying that you already contacted Leapfrog Online, using the contact information provided above, informed them that you live at a non-serviceable address, and that you needed to return the modem, and that they referred you to us?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:45:33 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I CAN\'T CONTACT them first, I need someone who can verify that we were told we COULD get service and can\'t due to the NEGLIGENCE of a salesperson gone sell happy
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:45:46 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
otherwise they will (virtually) laugh and tell me no go
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:46:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
THIS HAS BEEN ALMOST 3 months for gods sake
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:46:13 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and we JUST now are being told, move or it won\'t work?
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:46:25 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I can\'t verify that you were told that you can get service, because you cannot get service, and there\'s no such account.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:46:56 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
why would I get the modem if I was not told it was going to be fine.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:47:19 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so, where is that supervisor?
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:47:31 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I was just saying that the modem that you have, will work with any cable internet provider. I was not telling you to move, but I was saying that if you did move, you would likely be able to use this modem at your new residence, even if it is serviced by a different cable provider.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:48:04 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I was promised to be able to get COMCAST service at OUR address
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:48:05 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Leapfrog Online sent you the modem. I do not know why they sent you the modem, if you live at a non-serviceable address.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:48:37 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
hm, could it be because some sell crazed salesperson with the morals of a badger told me it was fine at THIS address?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:48:41 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I don\'t NEED this
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:49:02 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I consulted with my supervisor, and he says that, since you bought the modem from Leapfrog, you would need to contact Leapfrog to return the modem.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:49:02 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
then the next one told us they would email us to let us know when they got activation in our building?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:49:22 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
You people are being ridiculous.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:49:37 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and I will, especially since I have saved this entire conversation
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:49:46 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
oh, and bet you it will be posted all over the web
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:50:04 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I used to work for 'Something' media...talk about some social networking
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:50:18 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
plan on having some nice posted public relations.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:50:27 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
thanks for NOT helping or even caring
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:50:54 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and find that commission based jerk off and let him know just what he accomplished.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:52:19 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
oh, and BTW it does say we are guaranteed so what about that
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:52:34 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I do care, Sh, and I would like to assist you with this, but you purchased the modem from Leapfrog Online. If you wish to return the modem, you need to contact Leapfrog Online, who you purchased the modem from.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:52:52 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
BLAH. I purchased it THROUGH A LINK one of YOU gave me
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:52:56 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so that MATTERS
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:53:22 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so now NO ONE takes the blame for this and we are screwed
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:53:54 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this is the worst CS I have ever had and if I used to pull this double speak I would have been fired so fast it isn\'t even funny
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:54:03 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
If you purchased it through a web site that was not owned by Comcast (such as Leapfrog\'s Comcastoffers.com or Broadbandoffers.com site), then your sales contract from the modem is between you and the owners of that web site.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:54:16 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
could you say that again? I mean...are you a robot or what?
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:54:22 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
You will need to contact the people you purchased the modem from, if you wish to request a refund.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:54:28 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
it is YOUR friggin affiliate and I get no help.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:54:36 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
YOU all set up the deal with them
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:54:39 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and sent me to it
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:54:55 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
send me a friggin email explaining that we can\'t get service here
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:55:15 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
then between this saved convo (and the one original, I always save them) then MAYBE we can get a refund
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:55:39 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
It is a third-party company, independent from Comcast. Leapfrog was offering the free modem, not Comcast, and you purchased the modem from Leapfrog, not from Comcast. If you wish to return the modem, you need to contact Leapfrog.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:55:39 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I do sort of wonder how many people out there have had this occur and just take it...bet I can get something interseting going
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:55:48 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
like in the class action department
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:56:06 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
having these chats corroborates that we got led by the nose BY COMCAST
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:56:28 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
just mine and a bunch of people with useless deals could be rather fun, don\'t you think?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:57:13 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
let\'s see \'Comcast authorized dealer\' https://secure/. broadbandoffers.com/Comcast/wirelessmodem/?synorderid=2002223074&source=email
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:57:26 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
but yet Comcast gives no help
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:58:40 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Let\'s look at the Terms and Conditions of the offer advertised by Broadbandoffers.com:
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:58:42 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
\"Broadbandoffers.com sells cable modems to consumers who order Comcast High-Speed Internet residential service online at select authorized retailers of Comcast High-Speed Internet. The modem offer is brought to you by Broadbandoffers.com and is not available directly from Comcast.\"
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:59:17 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Also, \"Once you place your order for the modem, it is processed immediately, therefore, it cannot be canceled - refunds or exchanges are only available upon the accepted return of the item by Broadbandoffers.com. \"
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:59:18 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:59:31 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
IF they took it back
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:59:48 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this has been 3 months and we were TOLD we would get service
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 16:59:53 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
THIS is ALL Comcast
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 19:59:57 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
That\'s between you and Broadbandoffers.com. You agreed to the terms of sale, when you placed your order through their web site.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:00:07 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
no, this was BECAUSE of Comcast
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:00:17 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
why THE heck would we GET it to begin WITH
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:00:33 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I seriously just have money to toss out the window
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:00:35 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:00:52 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this is BS and we got took
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 20:01:52 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
No, Sh, this is because you placed an order through Broadbandoffers.com, and they shipped you their modem that you purchased from them, according to their terms and conditions, and now that you find out you\'re not serviceable, you want to return the modem and avoid their restocking fee.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:02:17 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
of course their stuff all says that they are not responsible either (I just read their \'return policy\') so isn\'t that mighty convenient
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:02:26 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
COMCAST SENT ME THERE
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 20:02:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
This is entirely between you and Broadbandoffers.com, and I already provided you with the contact information, where you can reach Broadbandoffers.com directly.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:02:50 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
AFTER TELLING ME that as soon as we got it AT OUR ADDRESS then we GET service, no problem
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:02:58 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so this STARTED with Comcast
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:03:17 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
no, this is between me and COMCAST promising us service at this address
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:05:09 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
you know, once upon a time I did your job. Seriously. And this is a big mistake, I have had many people try the card I pulled on you, but on me. When someone actually has a case and a reason there is generally some sort of help given because the ORIGINAL company (COMCAST) is the reason this whole charade of crap occurred to begin with
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 20:05:18 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Okay, a supervisor has become available. Did you still wish to speak to a supervisor regarding this issue?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:05:23 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
refusing to accept that is not good. Not good at all,
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:05:26 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Yes I do
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 20:05:48 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
One moment please while I transfer you to a supervisor, Sh.
Wa(Fri Mar 05 2010 20:05:54 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Please wait, while the problem is escalated to another analyst
analyst Wa has left room
analyst Br has entered room
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:07:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hi there Br
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:07:51 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
you have a problem on your sales floor
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:08:06 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Hello My name is Br. I am the supervisor on duty
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:08:08 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
not the guy I just talked to, he was the first one who was honest yet his hands are tied
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:08:36 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so the first person I talked to on December 9th told me we could get service at our address
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:08:40 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:08:56 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I bought the modem because the guy told me we could get service
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:09:16 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so a month goes by, nothing, waiting...talk to someone else, they say our building is not \'on the grid\'
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:09:26 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I am sorry this has happened. I do understrand your frusteration
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:09:30 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and that they would take care of that and email us when we could turn it on
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:10:03 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so now, because of COMCAST salespeople I have a 110$ modem I cannot send back (it has been too long) that is brand new and unused
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:10:27 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
The sales perople should have been able to see that your address us not in a servicable area
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:10:31 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and I am told that this is NOT comcasts foult? I was lied to by one of YOUR salespeople and it is NOT your fault?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:11:04 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
right, he said it was OK we went through this with Qwest 2 yrs ago (they did get it fixed) and I made SURE to ask, repeatedly
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:11:59 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I would be lucky to get 40$ out of this thing on Ebay, trust me, I am a power seller and just pulled a full search
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:12:27 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
sales happy liars are not good to have in your employ
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:13:53 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I will have this incident looked at as to why the sales force has made this error
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:13:49 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and these chat sessions are going to look very interesting when I post the to hades and back. I used to work CSR/Tech and ALWAYS save your chats, always. It is why I never call unless there is NO other choice
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:14:40 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
yeah, but in the meantime we got screwed over and are out all this and I have to use a super slow shared connection because I was mistaken that if we were just patient that it would be FIXED
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:14:49 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and being told I should MOVE?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:15:18 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I want the guy who linked me to this modem to pay my moving costs, pack my stuff and drive it. Oh, and find me as awesome a building I am in right now
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:15:22 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Have you called broadband offers at 877-668-7221 ?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:15:30 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
must have a balcony (I bonsai) and be cat friendly
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:15:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
why would I call them? Have you read their return policy?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:16:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I would be lucky to get 30$ back after it all, and that is IF they took it back
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:16:16 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this is a tech driven service and this modem is already old lol
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:16:24 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I got lead on and lead on till TODAY
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:16:37 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
that we would be able to hook up to Comcast
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:16:49 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
not once, not just once..but TWICE
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:17:11 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and being patient has lost us the chance to get back anything worthwhile
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:17:21 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Since this transaction took place through them, they need to be the people to call.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:17:46 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Um, this transaction took place because your salesperson linked me to them and told me WE WOULD GET SERVICE HERE
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:18:01 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
then after being told our building wasn\'t on the grid and it would be fixed
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:18:06 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
we waited more
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:18:14 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this is the fault of COMCAST
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:18:31 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I can talk to them all day long and they will laugh at me for being an idiot
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:18:47 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and then IF they took it back, WE pay shipping and a 25$ restocking fee
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:18:53 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
If I were in your situation I would call them and explain the exact situation to them
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:19:10 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
and something else as well because it is not activated
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:19:15 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
NO you don\'t get it
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:19:23 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
COMCAST did this and WE get screwed?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:19:43 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
oh, and we pay by the minute for our phone service and you want ME to waste my time because of YOUR people?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:20:13 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
you have got to be kidding me, when I did this for a living I never pushed blame off just to get rid of someone
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:20:27 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
they got their commission and we get a 110$ paperweight
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:20:36 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I want that jerks commission
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:21:12 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
C is my friend right now
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:21:35 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
V and wordpad is even better
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:22:17 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
3 months we get led around until it is too late to do anything and then we just get shoved off
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:22:31 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I mean, who is doing the training out there? Gordon Ramsay?
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:22:45 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
give us your money and go the heck away. nice.
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:24:19 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I do apologize for the mis-information but you need to be speaking to the people who sold you the Modem. They can be reached at 1877-668-7221 or by email at email@example.com.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:24:27 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
YOU SENT ME THERE
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:24:32 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
so the problem STARTS there
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:24:35 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:25:03 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
If you had not LIED to me over and over I could have sent it back in DECEMBER and spent 20$ for nothing
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:25:30 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
or...even better, told me we couldn\'t get service to BEGIN with so I went, thanks, and went to check another service
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:25:49 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
I seriously wonder how many this has been done to
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:26:30 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
how many does it take to start a class action. Hm. TEN people or more and this convo is going all over the web smile And the first one I had that said my address in the convo and said it was fine.
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:26:33 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
At this point I have provided you with a solution to your situation. I have nothing more I can offer other that an apology for the misinformation.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:26:45 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
nice comparisons I do believe
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:27:02 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
or are your salespeople now not \'actually\' Comcast
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:27:39 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
nice, thanks for that last statement. Taking blame but not doing anything.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:27:47 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
nice sinker, for your company
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:28:14 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
thanks for making sure I will NOT lose this battle no matter how big this company is with that big smile
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:29:12 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
adios, and btw, the job market out here really sucks, just remember that later. There is always a way to do the right thing and just jerking people around then admitting it really does not work for anyone
Br (Fri Mar 05 2010 20:37:46 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
Again I do apologize for the Misinformation. I am sure broadbandoffers.com will be able to assist you with this. Is there any other questions I can answer for you today.
Shn_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:38:15 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
no, they can\'t, and you know it. Read their policy.
Sh_(Fri Mar 05 2010 17:39:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time))>
this conversation will be posted all over the place and I am sure I will find others with the same problem. It is not he first time this has happened in one form or another.
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Damage Resulting = We are out 110$ and have had 3 months of having to share an extremely slow connection with a friend in our building. I can\'t write (this is our passive income!!) because I can\'t load pictures. It takes 3 minutes just to load an email! And all the time I have spent asking, waiting, being lied to is ridiculous. I need to spread this far and wide and see how many other people they have done this to. It is a multi-level scam between them and \'affiliates\' so none of them have to take the blame and they can sell you shoddy equipment you just can\'t use. Now I am going to go list this modem on Ebay and hope I can get at least 30$ of our money back...
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE -- OH MY GOD! Really? Okay, in November of 2008, I called Comcast to have internet installed at my apartment specifically for my XBOX 360. They told me that I had to give them $90 at the time of installation, to which I agreed. Everything went smoothly until the installation date that Friday. I had to work that evening at 5 and the installer was supposed to be there between 2 and 4pm. However he didn't show until about 20 minutes before I had to be at work and I had called him as well as Comcast at least 6 times. He did a 'quickie' install and the modem just so happened to be defective (surprise) so I had to go the ENTIRE WEEKEND without my service. Monday morning I go to the office and pick up a new modem which worked, but for some reason, I still couldn't connect to XBOX live. I called and spoke to a competent guy who adjusted my service so that I could connect.
Everything was fine until mid-January. On January 12, I called and asked about protocol for transferring my service as I was moving out of my apartment a few days later. I was told that after I paid my bill, I would simply have to call. Well in the chaos of moving out of my apartment, I had forgotten to pay my bill, so on January 20, I went and paid my bill and inquired about transferring my service to my new house. The lady helping me, who was really nice, told me that there was a hold on my account (understandable) and that I could check back later in the evening or the next day to make sure the hold was lifted and then make the arrangements for transfer. It wasn't lifted that night, but then I called the next day and LO AND BEHOLD there's a past due balance from a residence I had 8 YEARS AGO for $500+! I have not used Comcast/Time Warner since the summer of 2001 when I moved from my old residence. Also, keep in mind that NO ONE told me about this between November and January 21.
In fact, the person I was talking to told me that I should have been told about this when I made the order for service in the first place, IT SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN INSTALLED TO BEGIN WITH, and that the transfer couldn't be done with the past due balance on the books. Keep in mind that I have received NOTHING from them about this matter THE WHOLE TIME I had been using their service. I then asked to be transferred to the billing department where I hoped to hear a reasonable explanation of what went wrong.
Naturally, I didn't get one. Actually, I got into an argument with the supervisor who had the nerve to raise her voice at me when I'm the one being screwed. I spoke to another friend who told me that the statute of limitations should have already run out. So the next day, I called Comcast to check when the previous account was sent to a creditor, which was done on January 21, 2002. Then I went to visit a friend, who is also a Comcast customer, and borrowed his computer to look up the statute of limitations for debt collection in my state. Turns out in my state, it runs out 6 years after its sent to a collector. Doing the math, it expired in January of 2008! So, translation, they CANNOT come after me for a single cent of that money. I then called Comcast back explaining this to them and they said that they still were not going to give me my service. I then wrote an email to [snip], the SVP of Customer Operations, explaining the situation. Of course I have heard NOTHING from him. I did however speak to [snip] (I only remember her name because I was wondering who would name their kid [snip]), who told me that her upper management was insisting that I pay the past due balance before I got the transfer. I then got into it with her and she dared to raise her voice at me as well (there
e are two witnesses to this)I then demanded to speak to someone else about this matter. On the night of January 23, at 10:15, I get a phone call from someone from billing of whom I demanded my $90 back along with the money from my bill since it was service that they have already admitted I should not have had to begin with, to which she replied that not only were they NOT going to transfer my service, but they were also going to transfer the past due balance to my present bill! EXCUSE ME?! I told her that if that happens, my next step is to not only have a judge throw out the past due balance that should have already been written off, but to sue them as I had already spoken to an attorney about this. I have heard NOTHING from anyone since that night. To this day, NO ONE is capable of explaining this huge mistake to me. I say huge being that $500 on a residential account is quite the thing to miss, even if it's over 7 years ago. Every opportunity to inform me about this issue, EVERY SINGLE OPPORTUNITY: the day I requested service in early November 2008, the day I exchanged the defective modem they gave me, January 12 when I called to ask what needed to be done for the transfer, January 20 when I went to their office to pay my bill, and the day I called to transfer my internet service on January 21, 2009 has been SQUANDERED!
Does their incompetence know no bounds?! They had AMPLE time to inform me about this and they have failed, which they themselves on numerous occasions have admitted. So I say again, REALLY?