02-18-2012 10:28 AM
Have had mulitple service calls on a recent Xfinity installation. Functionality still not complete after 4 service calls and hours on the phone. Would appreciate the email address of a real person ComCast executive to handle this issue. Someone who is placed high enough to knock some heads together.
02-20-2012 04:33 PM
Please send me this info as well. I have asked for the address and name whenever I call and of course I'm told that they'll put a ticket it and someone will call me back. I've never gotten a call back.
02-21-2012 08:05 AM
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02-21-2012 01:53 PM
I suggest emailing Rick Germano, VP of Customer Operations. I have had my share of frustrations trying to deal with inefficient reps at the call centers when i needed to resolve problems. I even started getting the names of all the people at the calls centers including a supervisor who were absolutely NO HELP AT ALL in getting my problems resolved and i included those names in my email to Rick Germano's office. I have always received a response (email, phone call and/or letter) from his executive office, not necessarily from him but from his staff and they have helped to resolve my problem. It's unfortunate that it has to go to that level but do what you have to do to get someone to fix the problem. When is Comcast going to realize that some of their employees are their worst downfall?
02-22-2012 08:06 AM
I suggest emailing Rick Germano, VP of Customer Operations.....
Any correspondence you send or calls you make to executives are handled by corporate customer service. Rick probably isn't going to read your letter.
02-22-2012 09:11 AM
i-am-nerdburg, i wrote "not necessarily from him but from his staff"? Can't you read? The bottom line is trying to help our fellow forum participants. When you click on "email Rick Germano", it gets you to the right department at the executive level and you get a response and a resolution when all else has failed.
02-22-2012 12:12 PM
His "staff" is corporate customer service.
02-24-2012 06:11 PM
Thanks for posting this.
I called executive support and filed a formal complaint this afternoon. I was told a rep would call me by 6pm tonight.
Comcast Customer Service is not designed to resolve any complex or recurring issue:
Comcast support staff can only contact first level techs or their supervisors. They are not given the authority to transfer complaints to anyone else. This means that if your complaint is not resolved, you wind up talking to the same people that couldnt figure it out in the first place. We have had repeated service calls on this issue for months without it being fixed.
Comcast phone techicians do not have test equipment that can detect intermittent problems with your cable/internet. All they can do is check the cable or internet connection to see if it is connected, and reset the modem if needed.
Field techs who come out to the house may or may not see an intermittent event take place.. As one told me, 'If I hadn't seen the drop in net connection, I would not have beleived it.'
Comcast information about your area tries to make their service sound good. I was told there is a 'potential service issue' by the automated system while the tv blnked on and off. I talked to tech support and told tem there is an actual problem.
Comcast knows they have problems on mercer island WA: trucks testing for signal problems were in front of our hour when a service tech arrived. At a business, I was told the whole POS system was very slow after my transaction took forever to complete.
IMHO, comcast does not have a way to find intermittent problems and fix them, or chooses not to spend the money to make a troubleshooting system that has this capability.
06-30-2012 07:46 PM
Me too!!! I've been trying to just get someone to come back and RECONNECT my service that was diconnected by the technician during a new customer install! Very frustrating!
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