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Your demand that cookies be enabled to visit you site or even read my e mail means I am looking for an alternate supplier for my internet and cable.  Simple as that.  I will not enable cookies.

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Re: No to enable cookies to visit site

Signing into your account is done through your browser, which needs cookies from a website to communicate with your computer.  If you don't enable them, you can't sign in.  That is true of most websites, not just Comcast.




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