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Re-enter Payment Information Every Time I Pay Bill? ANNOYING!!!

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Re-enter Payment Information Every Time I Pay Bill? ANNOYING!!!

It is frustrating that everytime I want to make a payment, I have to drag out my check book or credit card and re-enter my information.  This is an inconvienience that I only run into with Comcast.  It is also frustrating that every time you go to the website, you have to sign in with full user name and password.  They don't even fill your username most of the time.  Why can't comcast get their internet security up to par?  Everytime I get on the comcast website, I wish I hadn't.  The site forces another tab to open every time you want to do something.  The website is very annoying, and inconvienient. 

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Re: Re-enter Payment Information Every Time I Pay Bill? ANNOYING!!!

I totally agree.  You would think that Comcast could do better with payment info

 

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Re: Re-enter Payment Information Every Time I Pay Bill? ANNOYING!!!

I asked about this and was told it is a security measure.

 

 



 


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