Ways to Get Refunded for a Mediacom Internet Outage Loss

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How to Get a Refund for Mediacom Internet Outage Time

When the internet goes down, everything stops. Here in the information age, we do everything online. We watch movies off streaming services. We work and store files on the cloud. Our children even access their schoolwork through web portals. Home internet access is essential and Mediacom is a major internet provider in 22 states serving 1.5 million customer households.

But when a Mediacom internet outage occurs, they keep charging you. According to Mediacom's terms of service, you have 30 days to claim reimbursement for your outage, but they won't offer it automatically even when the outage is their fault and unscheduled. Fortunately, you have options to get your money back and even recover lost business with DoNotPay.

How Do You Check for a Local Mediacom Internet Outage?

Mediacom does not have a readily available outage map. However, if you manage to log into your account through an alternate service (like your cellphone) they will tell you if they know about an outage in your area. If Mediacom does not acknowledge your outage, you can try their contact routes to report the outage to customer service.

How to Get a Reimbursed for Time Your Mediacom Internet was Down

Contact Mediacom within 30 Days of the outageMediacom will only provide reimbursement or account credits if you claim your time within 30 days of the outage.
Prove the outage was Mediacom's responsibility
  1. Mediacom takes no responsibility for service interruptions caused by power outages, extreme weather, or altered devices.
  2. Mediacom will only reimburse you if the outage and recovery is both unscheduled and within their control to reconnect.
Prove the outage was near or over 24 hoursThe official policy is that Mediacom will only reimburse some of your bill if your internet is down for 24+ hours, However, they have been known to provide reimbursement for shorter times so you can insist.
Make sure your account is refunded
  1. Be sure to check your bill to ensure the reimbursement went through.
  2. Mediacom is reluctant to actually provide reimbursement or discounts and may try to run out the clock.

Getting Compensation for Business and Wages Lost During Internet Downtime

Were your business, working hour wages, or even client appointments were affected during the  time when your Mediacom internet was down? Mediacom may be liable for those losses due to their failure to warn you of the outage or provide otherwise continuous internet service.

However, reclaiming these losses will take more than touching base with customer service. You will most likely need to file a civil lawsuit against Mediacom. In your suit, you will need to prove damages and that those damages were caused by the internet outage.

Keep careful records of outage times and any messages or consequences you received as a result of being offline at an unscheduled and extended time.

How to Get Compensation for Your Mediacom Internet Outage with DoNotPay

Mediacom wants you to pay for the internet time they failed to provide. Dealing with them to get your rightful reimbursement can be hard but it doesn't have to be. With DoNotPay, you can skip the hours on the phone. Skip the phone tree and skip arguing with the customer service representative. Skip having to check your bill to be sure the reimbursement went through.

Just tell DoNotPay what and when the outage occurred and we'll help you take care of the rest.

If you lost business to an unscheduled internet outage, we can help with that too. DoNotPay can provide online legal services to help you file and follow through with a lawsuit to sue for income or clients lost due to a Mediacom internet outage.

How to get compensation for an outage using DoNotPay:

If you want to get compensation for an outage but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in these easy steps:

  1. Go to the Outage Refunds product on DoNotPay.

     

  2. Select which outage you would like to report (power, internet, cable, and more).

     

  3. Select your energy provider and enter your account number.

     

  4. Indicate when the outage started and how long it lasted.

     

  5. Verify your account information.

     

  1. If you want to be reimbursed for losses related to a power outage, choose whether you want to be reimbursed for personal injuries, damaged property, or both.

     

  2. Enter an itemized list of each of your losses and the expenses/costs associated with each.

     

  3. Upload documents or photographic evidence that proves your losses. Also, add the names of any witnesses who can attest to your losses if possible.

     

  4. Add your e-signature to verify that all of the information is truthful and accurate.

     

DoNotPay Can Help with All Your Outage-Based Issues Across the US

We know that outages can be a real pain and they can even damage your business. Power outage surges can damage your equipment and sparks might even damage people or pets. If you have suffered any losses or have just been charged for services that weren't delivered, DoNotPay can help. In fact, we can help you with outages suffered by other properties or your friends and family all across the US.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

DoNotPay can do more than help with outages. Our online legal and convenience services are designed to remove hassle and expenses from every aspect of life. Parking tickets, hard-to-pay bills, and insurance claims are just a few other things we can help with. Let us help you shake off unnecessary payments and take care of that pesky paperwork that's sitting in your out-box. We'll even deal with runaround customer service for you.

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