|reply to jlivingood |
Re: Open can of worms
Can I ask why not just call if there is a problem?
I assume cost is part of the equation, though if they did it with auto-dialers it might be more reasonable (though still more expensive than a pop-up). I'm not sure which I'd find more intrusive, though, I almost prefer the pop-up.
I guess I understand the cost. I would rather get a call or letter from comcast.. stamps and or a few minutes of a reps time can't cost that much considering what we all pay for service every month but I don't know.
Messing with web pages has a disadvantage in that it may be a potential magnet for phishers to emulate the comcast guard behavior that everyone now knows exists and use it as an excuse to obtain customer data.
|reply to dslcreature |
I'd rather get a letter from Comcast due to my hearing impairment. Besides, this will not work for the people who are deaf.
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