They keep on sending my info to my girlfriends email who has no need to be getting my bill info as she is not my wife. I've talked to Comcast twice first time had them connect me to their email specialist and was told it was off and won't be sent to her anymore so next month comes they did it again. Talked to them again and according to them her email isn't in my account. I do not want my personal information going to someone else's email other then mine.
Yes, you can sue anyone for anything. No attorney will take this on contingency so expect to pay a minimum of $75,000 for any lawsuit. I'm not certain you would be able to recoup any of that cost because if you win there may be no damages. Moreover, if they prevail expect for them to file a motion for their attorney fees which will be far more than $75,000. If you desire results toss the vinegar and use some honey. You will get more done. If you're not that type of person then retain an attorney that is. It would cost you far less than $75,000 and you would be much happier. Best wishes.
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I suppose technically you could but you have no real damages to speak of so, in reality, there are no viable legal claims. To put it another way, there is no right for every wrong.
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