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Are they really selling free cable installations for Comcast?

Original post made by A Neighbor, Charleston Gardens, on Jun 20, 2007

Two scruffy young men were going door to door in Charleston Gardens this evening about 8:00 PM offering to sell free cable installation for Comcast. One gave me the pitch while the other stood back and looked around at my house. They did not look like legitimate representatives of Comcast.

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Posted by A Neighbor
a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Jun 21, 2007 at 12:10 am

The same scruffy looking young men were going door to door in an adjoining neighborhood on Tuesday evening. They are legitimate as far as I can tell (they knew my name and the details of current Comcast service) but I hate door to door solicitors!


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