Directv hates handicapped customers
Needed re-routing of previously installed wiring.The wires now hang over a child's bed.
Told I would have to personally move furniture so that wires could be hidden behind the dressers. I told him I was old and handicapped and the response was that then it was my problem, not theirs. Told I had outdated dish -- as if it was my fault. I have a south facing balcony on which the old dish sits.
He did not opt for a balcony mounted new dish. I explained that the HOA does not want dishes on the roof. His attitude was that I was S.O.L. I asked to talk with his supervisor.
The supervisor said I was basically S.O.L. I asked if he would come look at the situation -- he said he would try maybe this evening. So I sit here and wait for Jason Driscoll (473-789) to decide when it is convenient to come and tell me in person that I am S.O.L. because, gawdforbid, a young man would be hurt by running a wire over the tops of furniture.
There is no accomodation for people with disabilities. No assistance for the handicapped. No advise. No help.
Gee, if I were able bodied, I would probably not mind paying the monthly service.But now that I know that being handicapped means I do not get services, please tell me how to opt out of the monthly fee.
Oh wait, why don't I just switch back to Cox?