Comcast Refuses to Send Repairman to Southside Chicago Due to Deadly Violence – Social Media Explodes
Comcast notified cable customers in Southside Chicago the company would not send out a technician to the area because of the violent crime in the area.
CBS Local reported:
Complaints about cable companies are legendary, but an online rant against Comcast on Wednesday got a response, and revealed a little more about the company’s practices.
Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Michael Pfleger took to Facebook to complain Comcast had told St. Sabina Church it could not send a technician out to fix Internet service at their employment center, because of violent crime in the neighborhood.
The post was shared hundreds of times, and five hours later, Pfleger posted that Comcast showed up after his complaint drew attention from social media and news media.
After the massive uproar on social media the company sent down a technician to look at radical Father Pfleger’s internet.