Comcast Graffiti Problems Continue Until TV Station Steps In

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According to a story on KOMO News, a Burien woman got so frustrated with Comcast’s lack of response to their graffiti-covered fence that they called the TV station’s “problem solver” hotline.

Marilyn Grinols tried to get a nearby graffiti-covered fence repainted by Comcast, which owns it.

Grinols tried calling the cable giant, only to get the brush-off, telling her they’d “get in touch with a supervisor” which of course they never did, leaving the tagged eyesore untouched.

So she did what every good American would do – she called the “problem solver” at a local TV station, and guess what?

The graffiti was removed within one hour!

And, despite having employees like Ken Schram and John Carlson (a former high school buddy), we tip our hat to KOMO for scaring the bejesus outta Comcast.

Read the full story here.

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