Even death won’t get Comcast to stop charging you, according to a recent class-action lawsuit accusing the cable giant of withdrawing money from the bank account of a deceased customer. The man who filed the suit, Keven Danow, says that he cancelled his father-in-law’s account after his death in 2014. But two years later, Comcast began making withdrawals from the deceased customer’s bank account. When the man questioned those withdrawals, Comcast told him there’s nothing to talk about because there’s no account.
This lawsuit comes only a month after Comcast was hit with a record fine by the FCC for billing customers for unwanted equipment and services.
The case is Keven Danow v. Comcast Corp. et al., case number 2:16-cv-06052, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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