Those drivers need to be held accountable when they enter areas in a rural environment because of ranches and farms having stock and that is why we put gates up. We had pixelitis and frozen screens that could not be resolved by their technicians.
Thank you, Cheryl Reply I cannot say anything good about the service except it was a telephone sitting in my house.
I had this service for several years and it was a constant battle with the service until I finally cancelled the service and bought my own satellite only to continue to have trouble with Century Link when the company was in denial about being on my property without permission and leaving a gate wide open to the extent livestock got out and lost one by being hit on a road by a car.
Not only was an illegal entry seen by a witness, but a person coming by to collect for some building he had done for me reported a Century Link truck had been on his property that very day unattended and cattle had gotten out.
That is where he was coming from, helping to put the cattle back in and was in the area so came by. Reply We cancelled our service early because TV reception deteriorated.
Agents have attempted to be helpful, but were unable to provide any documentation of my calls nor could they direct me to an email or postal address in order to communicate with Century Link via traceable correspondence.
Finally a service person reluctantly gave me this mailing address.
Since that time, I have continued receiving bills for both Century Link packages even though I am not using either.
Please cancel all Century Link accounts, credit any amounts paid after January 2017, and report the account as in good standing in order to correct any consequences to my credit rating which have occurred due to this ongoing problem.
In 1978, the company went public and began to trade on the NYSE under symbol CTL.
In 1981, the company acquired War Telephone from WV. The Century Link corporate office is located in Monroe, LA.
The truck was seen on my property by my next door neighbor and there were fresh truck tire marks in the field but investigation showed, of course, there was no entry.