I recently reviewed my parents Xfinity bill for changes to his channel lineup, can't get his westerns on 160 without a subscription.
I looked at the billing and detail and saw that he has been charged for two boxes that were lost in a hurricane 3 years ago.
I talked to several agents, who said that they can see the monthly recurring charges and that there has been no activity on either boxes that were destroyed in a hurricane in 2017.
Local office says the boxes have to be returned or they will continue to charge for them.
Review your bills carefully!
I have had agents say they were going to contact a supervisor, call me back, and never did.
Has anyone ever had to pay for a box that was damaged?
If so, how much was it?
Comcast doesn't know when equipment is damaged or just not plugged in and online. The damaged equipment should have been returned 3 years ago. If they still have the equipment send it back immediately. I doubt that you will be credited or refunded for anything more than 3 months, however.
Yes, it is always wise to review your billing statements monthly.
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