Click here to learn more of our experience with Comcast/xfinity service quality and billing inconsistencies which influences this availablity. MailBait patrons have recently observed this server and site are not always fully functional. This rant and amusing recount of poor customer service, incorrect billing, customer-owned hardware blacklisting (aka walled garden), failures to honor an established contract for the stated term, poor resources and policies for support agents, and misleading false-starts painted as 'solutions and their attempts' is a reminder to ISP's in general and explains some of the downtime. Comcast Customers will soon have additional regional options when this industry sees new players like Google Fiber enter progressively smaller markets. Stop treating your customers like crap, and start taking reponsiblity and seek effecient solutions to inneffective practices. It's 2020. Comcast: You can automate this stuff- lower the core prices as technology advances - and should reconsider the quality of your product and overall customer experience. It's recently been #craptastic for all!
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A good tool to request lots of email from public sources did not exist in 2011. The few services that did exist sought spam or were not operational. This seeks to source more legetimate email.
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