Comcast Corporation Complaint - Can I sue Comcast for the two laptops I destroyed while getting kicked off 50 times a day? Or the mental anguish?
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA -- I have been using Comcast cable since 2009. The "subcontractors" that installed the cable half-assed it from the beginning. (Or wanted to charge us money to do it right.) So we always had fuzzy channels on any channel over 27 (Which was most of them.) on our brand new 50 inch Samsung Flat screen. That makes perfect sense, right? Well, since August of 2010 I have been working from home. And that is pretty much when my marriage started falling apart. Why you ask, because of my newly developed hatred for computers. You see, I didn't realize it at the time, but I was getting kicked off of Comcast about 50 times a day. I just figured it was due to the old equipment I was using. Nope. Got a brand new Gateway laptop last Christmas, and thats when I figured it out. They have been out here time and time again since then, and the TV is no better, in the last month I can't even use my phone line anymore, and I get kicked off even more. I figure Comcast has cost me an additional $35,000 in income the last year because it takes 2 hours to send an email with an attachment on it out. (I keep getting kicked off so I have to start all over again.) And I can't fax it, because the phone line is always out. Sure, it might send page 1 of 52 pages out, but that just doesn't work for me. These guys shouldn't even be called internet service providers! So I just destroyed the screen of my $280 Toshiba desktop because I got kicked off again. And 1 and a half months ago I slammed my fist down on my Gateway loosening the Hard Drive and then I grabbed the screen and destroyed that. All because of the thousands Comcast was costing me in lost man hours. Can I sew them for at least those two items? Please advise. (Not to mention the HUMUNGOUS emotional toll it has taken on my marriage.) I have never had such rage ever in my life. My kids are scared of me, and I'm losing my wife. I hate you Comcast!