I hate Comcast
Lucas Meadows stashed this in Rage!
I was supposed to get cable + internet set up on Wednesday. Since I had to work, I asked my sister stick around the house between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. (the appointment window). The dipshit tech calls at 1:58 p.m. (2 minutes before the end of the window) and leaves a message on my cell that I need to call him back within a few minutes if I want my cable set up.
I did not have my phone on me as I was away from my desk, and the tech apparently saw no need to carry out the barbaric ritual of actually knocking on the front door.
So I had to set up another appointment for today (12 - 2 window once again). I also made sure to give Comcast my sister's cell phone number + I have them explicit instructions to knock on the door if they insisted on calling again before coming to the door. So today he calls my cell at noon. I answer immediately, and he glumly states that he's "right outside" and that if I want cable I should tell him so. I say "Yes, go knock on the door. Someone is in the house who can oversee the installation."
1 hour and 50 minutes later the tech has still not visited my house, and my friend sees a Comcast van at Backyard Coffee. Is it the same asshole tech who was supposed to be setting up my cable TV and internet?
Maybe I can find out after I share his license plate # with a Comcast customer service rep.
I've honestly never done one of these before. Here goes nothing!
It's inspiring to see you turn your rage into art! ;)
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