Thursday, July 21, 2011

Fair is Fair

I must say, after contacting the person who left his name and address in my last blog regarding my unfortunate experience with telephone service from Comcast, I have been contacted by two supervisors who were very professional and who have endeavored to help me in this odyssey that seems to be my lot so far.  I am encouraged and hope that with small exception, these service interruptions will become fewer in number.   It's only fair to tell you that side of the story as well.

Getting closer to the end of the cast wearing.  ;-)  Here is one of my garden photos from when I could still hold a camera.



18 comments:

  1. Sometimes the squeaky wheel does get the grease - I say keep complaining until they make it right. YEAH that the cast comes off soon. :)

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  2. Very pretty . Nice to hear your coming along .

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  3. Ditto on Random Felines, my thought exactly. Maybe the phone thing will soon be resolved.The day is getting closer for freedom from the cast....YAY.

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  4. To bad you have to be a squeaky wheel. Good service should be a standard..... not an option.

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  5. Let's see if Comcast follows through. I hope that they do!
    The photo is gorgeous!!

    xoxo

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  6. Here's to hoping that the current problem with Comcast will be your last. It is helpful to have that person's contact information for the future if it isn't.

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  7. When you has problem that Is the same Comcast man left comments in here?
    Hope I with Beth says follows through.
    A beautiful flowers with cute bee!
    xoxoxo Sis,Miss Catt,Miyuki, and Victoria.
    Sis.

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  8. Good morning to you Sis!
    wish you have easy time for you.
    Big Hugs,
    Sis

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  9. Things are beginning to look better! So happy your cast will be off very very soon. :)

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  10. The end of the cast-wearing will be a good thing. Yay!

    I hope all the problems with Comcast are sorted out. Could you sort out our office copier's issues too? LOL.

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  11. Goodness I hope for some progress on your phone situation...that's really unbearable. I bet you won't miss that caste one bit. I pray that the therapy will go well and you'll be back to being able to do more things again. Love the picture Carole, really wonderful!

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  12. I was gonna make you a couple of cans with strings but hopefully Comcast will finally DO something. With so many problems you have had I wonder how many other customers are in the same boat....without an oar?
    Your photo is fantastic! I hope your cast comes off soon or else you will have to hold that camera with yer feet! Jist joshin ya know. Hugs to you.

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  13. Good to hear that your cast will be gone soon.

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  14. Let's hope the technical snafus are soon gone and the cast, as well!

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  15. I have a problem with Dish TV at the moment. These companies are so big that the customer seems to be the last thing on their mind. They only talk service.
    Get the cast off. I miss you .

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  16. Well I hope that helps. It's unsettling and frustrating when you have phone troubles.

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  17. ♫ *´”)
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    (¸.•´ (¸.• ♫ ♪ Quality in a service or product is not necessarily what the company puts into it. It is what the client or customer gets out of it. Surely Comcast knows that if they don’t take care of their customers, someone else will. the fact that you have been contacted by Comcast, I have to give them credit and perhaps they'll have a satisfied customer again with you.
    Lovely picture... I only wish I could smell it's aroma through my monitor. Any day now and you'll be cast free... that is wonderful and exciting news.

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  18. Sure do hope that means positive changes in your Comcast service. It seems to help when you have contact with supervisors. We had a very unsavory experience with Verizon...finally, after weeks of frustration, were able to talk with a supervisor, who actually understood the problem. :))

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