Xfinity cable box cockroaches crash game day party

Sherri Jefferson is an advocate, author, and an attorney. Transforming the lives of children is her passion. Transferring knowledge is her profession.

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Almost everyone is looking forward to watching the Atlanta Falcons or the University of Georgia Bulldogs play in the championship game. Oh, so you do not have any tickets? No worries! For those unable to purchase tickets, cable television offers front row passes. It is easy, simply go online and order a sports package via Xfinity. Right?
If you order online, your equipment will be delivered within two business days. So, call up the gang, order pizza and wings, and get your popcorn ready. Next, the doorbell rings and it’s the courier service with your Comcast Xfinity cable television equipment. You chose the self-install kit, so you are responsible for connecting two cables and the electrical device to be plugged into the outlet.
All set!
Now, imagine watching roaches pop out of the cable box like popcorn. Imagine roaches crawling on your furniture, into the food, and onto your guest. Yes, Comcast Xfinity have invited roaches to your game day party and without an invitation they crash your party with a vengeance.
Immediately, you disseminate an email to a Comcast executive team including CEO Brian Roberts, communication director and vice presidents Sherri Carson and D’Arcy Rudnay, as well as Lynn Charytan, General Counsel. You demand an answer regarding the existence of roaches inside of a cable box. Moreover, you question if roaches are intentionally planted inside of boxes carrying germs and diseases.
How do roaches find their way into cable boxes? Let us wait to see if the executive team will give us an answer. In the meantime, consumers must tell Comcast/Xfinity that roaches are unwelcome on game day!
If you or someone you know has been adversely impacted by roaches inside of your cable box, contact these Comcast executives and contact a tort lawyer.
Jared_Schultheis@cable.comcast.com
Sherri_E_Carson@cable.comcast.com
brian_roberts@comcast.com
lynn_charytan@comcast.com
darcy_rudnay@comcast.com
Roaches carry deadly diseases and germs. Moreover, they breed by the hundreds, and once inside of a home, it is very difficult to rid your home of these pests,

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