I asked my father for a refund, but he was never able to find one.
I asked him again a few months ago, and he was unable to get any, either.
When I asked why, my father said, “It’s not a company.”
And that was it.
I never received a refund from Comcast or its subsidiaries for what my father and I believe was a serious case of fraud.
It happened in 2015, the same year the company was granted the ability to sell the personal data of Comcast subscribers in the United States.
It was the year Comcast acquired Time Warner Cable.
And Comcast and Time Warner were caught up in a massive, sweeping investigation by the Department of Justice.
But Comcast and its subsidiaries were not punished, despite having the data in their hands.
Instead, they received more than $200 million in favorable tax treatment from the U.S. government.
And they were given $15 million from a special program, the Comcast Tax Relief and Development Fund, to help them pay off the debt that they owed the U,S.
The Comcast Tax Reform Act of 2018, signed into law in March, gave the government the power to grant Comcast and the other companies in the tax-exempt group an additional $3.9 billion in tax relief each year from 2020 through 2026.
It is known as the Comcast Recovery Tax Credit.
The tax credit is supposed to help pay down the debt of companies like Comcast, as well as businesses that are struggling financially, like hotels and restaurants.
The tax relief was supposed to last for 10 years.
But it expired in 2019, and Congress extended it another two years, from 2020 to 2022.
But a new extension was never approved, because Congress wanted to give the companies more time to pay off their debts.
That was why I asked for a $15 refund.
The only reason my father was able to get his money back was because I had filed an application with the IRS, and it was not a tax refund.
He told me he never received one either.
When I contacted Comcast, the company did not return my calls or emails.
But I did find out what was in its statement of facts and my request for a statement of claim.
Comcast is required to file a statement with the Treasury Department after it files its tax return.
The IRS typically does not comment on its tax returns, but Comcast has been doing so for years.
The company also did not respond to my questions about the refund or whether it was paid.
My father had no way to prove he was being cheated.
His only recourse was to file his claim with the Federal Trade Commission, which has a statute of limitations on fraud cases, which expires at the end of 2018.
But when I asked Comcast for the tax credit and the statement of fact, Comcast provided no response, instead directing me to an official statement of defense that Comcast had made to the government.
“We do not intend to respond to your questions,” Comcast wrote in a letter to me.
I emailed the company’s legal team and asked if I could have my money back.
They did not answer my questions, but said in the statement that Comcast is a company “that does not engage in fraud.”
The statement also said that Comcast “has taken steps to mitigate its impact on customers.”
The company also said it has “excluded its financial information” from a Federal Trade Court ruling, which can be used to sue if the FTC decides that a company is in fact engaged in fraud.
Comcast is required by law to report all payments it receives, but it is not required to disclose any of its tax refunds, which is what my family’s lawsuit was seeking.
I was left with no other option but to file my lawsuit, hoping the FTC would take Comcast’s side.
The FTC has not taken Comcast’s position.
Instead, the agency has been more concerned about other companies, like Google and Facebook, that have engaged in similar practices to Comcast.
But even the FTC is not the only agency looking into Comcast.
The Justice Department is also investigating the companies and other companies that have been awarded tax relief from the FCC, the FCC’s regulatory arm.
The DOJ is also looking into how the tax reliefs were awarded.
But it is unclear whether the FTC will have the resources to pursue these cases.
The FCC is currently in the midst of an audit that will cost $1.3 billion, according to the FCC.
Congress recently passed a law that would limit the amount of money the FCC can spend on audits.
And it is currently unclear whether Congress would authorize another audit.
The FCC is not alone.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has opened a probe into the tax incentive program.
And the Department, which oversees the IRS’ tax enforcement, is looking into the allegations in the lawsuit.
The Federal Communications Commission is also under scrutiny.
It has begun reviewing the tax incentives offered by Comcast, Comcast said in a statement, and will “continue to take appropriate action to address the concerns raised.”
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