I'm having a problem with my internet. For over a week, it has gone down during the day - every day - and not come up until I either called in or went to the site from my phone and went through the automated steps to fix it.
Today, the automated steps over the phone didn't work and it said it would transfer me to a human. Nothing but silence for several minutes so I hung up and called in again.
When I called in again, I said no I don't want to go through the automated steps again and it said it would transfer me to someone who could help.
Instead of a human, I got a continuous stream of "special offers" - AT&T internet, DirectTV, State Farm Insurance, something with social security.
I was so stunned that I went and looked online at the list of calls I had made to make sure that I had actually called Verizon's support - I had indeed called the right number.
Has Verizon been hacked? I can't imagine this is for real. And I tried declining like ten offers and it never let me speak to a human.
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