Amazon and Comcast announced a partnership on Monday to sell Comcast cable through the world’s largest online retailer. Two days later, Comcast’s Amazon entry become a 1-star rated page of vitriol that rivals even the most enraged texts you’ve ever received from an ex.

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As of this posting, Comcast has a 1.3-star rating with 211 reviews—91 percent of them are only one star, Amazon’s lowest possible rating. It’s safe to think that many, many, many people would give zero stars if possible. Here are just a few highlights of Comcast reaping what they’ve sown over, and over, and over:


Things get personal...

...emotional...

...and desperate...

...some disturbing images comes to mind...

...a little poetic..

...whatever this means....

...and of course, finally, one person who does not understand how ratings work.


Comcast has constantly been on the wrong side of customer service, net neutrality, and free market competition. Most recently, it’s fruitlessly tried to persuade people away from Google Fiber and even sued one city for installing fiber and then offering to sell them fiber. Customer service is notoriously abysmal and the company even referred to its customers as “Asshole Brown” and “Whore.

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It’s no wonder the Amazon page quickly became a stomping ground of embittered customers past and present. The real silver lining is that it’s a page full of healing catharsis for anyone who’s ever had to deal with Comcast.

You don’t suffer alone.

[DSL Reports]