Comcast early termination fee- I don't have a contract with them

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Oct 2, 2018
OK so I emailed the primary contact listed under company contacts for Comcast. Question, my husband is saying it may be best to just pay them so my credit does not get screwed up especially if the contact does not respond quickly. Do you think I should and hope they will reimburse me later?

Neil Maley

Staff Member
Dec 27, 2014
New York
No. I think you should wait until you see what Comcast says. IF they actually even out a notation on your file, if Comcast finds in your favor you can contact the credit bureau and ask them to remove it from your file.

Wait a week and if you don’t hear from Comcast, write to the next executive and state in the letter the collection agency is threatening your credit report.
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