Hi Siversurfer, does the error message indicate what needs to be set up? If you bypass the error will it go away, or does it return while you're signed in? Can you provide any screen shots of the message? Also, if you have more than one username do you get the same error while trying to sign in with your secondary users?
Thank you for that information, I have tried duplicating this issue for you on my end and I have been unsuccessful. Have you tried signing in using another computer? I ask due to me trying to isolate the issue, I show that everything is active and working properly as far as your online access goes. Can you also send me a private message with your full name, street address, and account number by clicking on my name (ComcastAmir) and then "private message me"? This way if I need to look further into your credentials I will have access to do so.
Before I would send the info you request, I need to know how I can verify who you are. Is there anyway to do so. Can I call Comcast Customer Support using a number provided publicly and ask whether you are indeed an employee (for example). Too many scams going on out there.
Official Comcast employees have their names in Red in the forums to identify them as such. The forum administrators have to assign them access to have that happen. They can't get their names in red on their own.
Hi @Siversurfer. We are Official Employees made available to assist customers via the public forums and private messaging. We're here to help. To learn more about us, please this thread: http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Forum-Community/Announcing-New-Community-Specialists/td-p/2898978
I am having the same issues. When logging into my account, instead of staying on the Xfinity.com home page I end up on the My Account page being asked to complete my account setup. I do not wish to setup paperless billing, automatic payments, personal email address or wireless number and am being annoyed by constantly being redirected to this page.
OK, it didn't do it today, so they did what they said, so far.
I'm guessing it'll reset when I clear the cache, or use a different browser, or just when they feel like it. Insistent on that auto-pay!
Moreover, it shouldn't take the intervention of two techs, over a 20-minute chat, to get this turned off (if that's what did it). Suggestion to Comcast: Have it shut off after three tries. Or how about one of those "Don't ask me again" checkboxes? Then I don't have to point out how irritating you are to other customers.
Will check back, I know you're all holding your breath...