Homeowner says Comcast caused computer problems
I called Comcast in West Palm Beach, Florida, because two Norton security icons appeared on the bottom of my computer screen, and I wanted one removed. The representative I spoke to tried to help, but couldn’t solve the problem. He said he would have someone in another department call me. I didn’t receive a call, so I called back.
After speaking to multiple people and several attempts to fix my computer, the problem worsened. One person was rude and accused me of being forgetful because I’m a senior citizen.
I recently learned that Comcast overcharged me for months, which I reported to the FCC. Eventually, Microsoft contacted me because my computer was in jeopardy of crashing. For $149, Microsoft resolved the issue, added security protection and removed Comcast’s security protection. The charge also includes a year of technical support from Microsoft.
I want to be reimbursed $149 and a credit of $500 to my account for overcharging me, lying, making me wait at home on the phone for assistance and their inability to solve the problem.
Warren Lind, Delray Beach, Florida
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