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DEAR SLUR Comcast sorry for 'A—hole' name change on user's bill

Thursday, 29 January 2015 12:16
Comcast, the mammoth U.S. cable company, was reportedly forced to issue an apology Wednesday after someone at the company changed a customer's name on a bill from Ricardo to "A—hole." Lisa Brown, who lives in Spokane, Wash., said she was shocked when she first saw the bill with her husband Ricardo's name changed. She contacted a consumer advocate blog called Elliot.org and provided it with a copy of the billing statement. ADVERTISEMENT
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'A—HOLE BROWN' Comcast sorry for name change on customer's bill
Thursday, 29 January 2015 11:16
Comcast, the mammoth U.S. cable company, was reportedly forced to issue an apology Wednesday after someone at the company changed a customer's name on a bill from Ricardo to "A—hole." Lisa Brown, who lives in Spokane, Wash., said she was shocked when she first saw the bill with her husband Ricardo's name changed. She contacted a consumer advocate blog called Elliot.org and provided it with a copy of the billing statement. ADVERTISEMENT

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