If the answer to my question is to be derived from my own experience (I am Comcast customer for well over 10 years) - the answer would be a categorical YES, and I am not being facetious. Here is my horror story describing my obviously bad decision to move from Washington State to Michigan (I am facetious here) and even worse one, to change my account from Business to Residential. By doing these two moves, I am going through the pain of spending at least thirty hours with Comcast support teams, with no hope for resolution of my situation ever:
1. Moving my business account from Bellingham to Ann Arbor caused the replacement of my own name as the account holder to become my company's name spelled twice next to each other. Still did not get that fixed (think about the joy of trying to cash a check with Comcast issued refund due to my overpayments).
2. After my contract for Business subscription expired, I asked Comcast support to switch my account to residential, electronically signed the contract "paperwork" and promptly returned the Comcast equippment to the local store. Right after that I bought my own cable modem and interacted with the Comcast (this time residential) support team to activate that cable modem. Once that activation succeeded, I gave my credit card number to "automate" bills processing and thought that I will have a smooth sailing ahead of me
3. This switch from the Business to Residential account took place in Jun 2016 - and only few months ago I discovered by complete accident that:
I can easily understand how the switch between two types of account can result with problems, particularly after seeing how strong is the separation between two halves of Comcast. At no time will I be able to understand why is this situation still unresolved. The existence of two different accounts attached to the same physical address should be pointed out as erroneous immediately - but that would assume that Comcast support and billing software has even most trivial check for consistency.
While I obviously resigned hoping that there is a solution for me, I decide to write this as a stern warning to other Comcast customers.
Removed------ not service related.
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Just as one would expect - response to my post, by Latoque was removed to a new place pointed to by http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Removed-Posts/Re-Is-Comcast-really-the-most-hated-company-in-US/m-p/304... with the explanation that it is not service related.
my posts is completely service related unless "lack of service" is not service related.
pointing my browser to the link provided by Latoque results with
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My post about being service realted was moved to a link that shows I don't have access privledges. How do I get service to that page so I can read the follow up answers to my question?
@vandavidson Your post WAS removed because of a Forum Guidelines violation which was explained: "Your post has been removed to a secure, hidden area for violating Forum Guidelines [circumventing the language filters]." and then gave a link to the Guidelines for you to read. There were no followup responses.
Both of those posts were removed to a closed area of the forum to help keep your reputations in tact.
Hi nik-ivancic, I have responded to your private message.
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