I have been a Comcast customer for a very long time--back when it was Frederick Cable, then when it was Adelphia. The larger the company gets, the worse it gets.
For the most part, I have been very satisfied with the individual customer service reps and techs with whom I have encountered, but I can't stand how inefficient and dysfunctional the company is as a whole.
For instance: I set up our original Comcast account; I pay the monthly bill; my social security number is tied to the account, but the account is in my HUSBAND's name. To make matters worse, although I have been "added as an authorized user" multiple times, invariably when I call Comcast, they tell me I am not an authorized user. How does this happen?
I also have a problem with calling Comcast customer service and having it take 30 minutes of going through the automated dialing "tree" to reach a person. How stupid is a tagline that says, "We should fit into your life; not the other way around" when you need to take a day off work to deal with a Comcast issue?
My latest issue with Comcast is the amount I pay each month for sub-par reception. Though I have complained repeatedly, I still have been paying an huge amount each month for spotty reception. Most recently Comcast came to my home and put down a new cable line outside our house. I got an email saying the job was complete. Had a tech bothered to check our reception at the completion of the job, they would have found reception had NOT improved and is likely worse than before.
I got the automated follow-up phone call, but when I tried to contact Comcast and tell them that our reception is still bad, I was told--again--that I was not an authorized user. ...that I could not schedule a follow-up.
I dread having to call Comcast. I suppose that is the company's master plan: Keep billing the customer, send a tech and go through the motions, then turn a deaf ear to the problem.
Thank you for visiting the forums! Sorry to hear about your issues.
I've asked a Comcast employee to help you. You should expect a reply in this thread.
FYI: They owe you a $20 credit for every tech visit after the first for the same problem. You can also get a credit for your service from the time you first reported the issue until it is resolved.
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