I read your post correctly - the above also relates to "snail mail" or usps mailbox receipts / first class U.S. postal mail to Customer's address of record or e-mail address on Insight's account records
As noted in the third bullet above, the Cable Act authorizes us as a cable operator to disclose limited personally identifiable information to others, such as charities, marketing organizations, or other businesses, for cable or non-cable "mailing list" or other purposes. From time to time we may disclose your name and address for these purposes. However, you have the right to prohibit or limit this kind of disclosure by notifying us in writing at Insight's local office. Any "mailing list" and related disclosures that we may make are limited by the Cable Act to disclosures of subscriber names and addresses and may not reveal, directly or indirectly, (i) the extent of any viewing or other use by the subscriber of a cable service or other service provided by us; or (ii) the nature of any transaction made by the subscriber over our cable system.
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I've also been on the receiving end from a wireless cellphone company - and resolved it. Be aware they will tell you "up to 30 days to fully resolve".--
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