About three weeks ago I emailed Verizon to inform them an old Bell Atlantic sidewalk cover in front of my house is falling apart and has become a tripping hazard. I asked in the email if someone would respond to acknowledge receipt. I wasn't suprised that no one responded or fix the problem. I was also told by a Fios contractor that he had informed Verizon of the issue. I want Verizon to address the issue quickly before someone gets hurt. I don't think I should have to contact the FCC or the Pennsylvania Utility Commission in order for Verizon to take action. Please advise the best route to take.
I think the public utilities commission can call Verizon and get it fixed. They do regulate them.
or I would look under the contact us section on the http://www.verizon.com and get the number for Verizon Legal department and alert them as to what may occur if they don’t fix it “now that you have notified them”
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