Comcast Believes A Man’s Wife Is Dead And Forces Him To Prove That She Isn’t, Hilarity Ensues
Some of the worst experiences I’ve ever had in my life have involved talking to telemarketers/my cable company on the phone. When I was 14, I went to my cousin’s wedding in Atlanta and watched a man get shot in the face on the street outside the venue and I think I’d rather do instead of talking to my cable company. I feel like you have to not only have dropped out of middle school but also have shot yourself in head and taken piece of your brain away at some point in your life. Yep, you read that correctly. I firmly believe that every person that works at a cable company didn’t finish middle-school and also are missing parts of their brains.
Take the idiots over at Comcast for example. For of all, Comcast sucks. Which is why I’m not all that surprised that they somehow came to conclusion that customer Aviel Ginzburg’s, co-founder of Simply Measured, wife was dead and thus cut off his service. Spoiler: his wife, Alanna, wasn’t actually dead.
What I’m curious of is how in the world did Comcast come to the conclusion that she was dead in the first place. It’s not like you can maybe misread information in that regard. You’re either dead or you’re not. This isn’t a science fiction film. People aren’t going to be ordering cable from beyond the grave. This is the real world, not a SyFy original movie. Regardless, it seems like Ginzburg got his shit figured out. But odds are that Comcast will fuck up again somewhere. After all, remember, they didn’t finish middle-school and are missing parts of their brain.