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(Scroll down for video) A man who was frustrated by the process of canceling his cable service at Comcast, decided to offer a service to consumers, which will cancel their monthly service plan in exchange for just $5.
AirPaper, which was founded by Earl St Sauver and Eli Pollak, promises consumers that after 5 minutes of their time, they will be able to cancel their Comcast cable service.
Consumers wishing to cancel their cable service have to provide their name, email, phone number, address and Comcast account number as well as any other relevant details such as the date on which the service should be canceled.
AirPaper then sends a cancellation letter to Comcast and confirms the cancellation by email. The company expects the process to take one week, based on the terms and conditions of Comcast.
The service was launched on Friday, and tens of thousands of people have visited the website to see how it works. St Sauver said that he launched the service after he had a frustrating time canceling his account at Comcast.
St Sauver canceled his cable service because he is scheduled to move to Thailand.