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Tulsa Seo, the nation’s largest internet service provider, is being sued by a man who claims he was duped into signing up for the company by a former employee.
The lawsuit, filed last week in federal court in Tulsa, Oklahoma, says that the company used fraudulent credentials to sign up its customers.
Seo is a division of Comcast Corporation, and is owned by Comcast, NBCUniversal and Time Warner Cable.
The suit was filed by Joseph P. Sorenson, a Tulsa resident who says he was lured into signing a Seo service contract in 2015.
The complaint alleges that Seo sent him an email in February of 2016 with a link to an application form.
According to the lawsuit, Sorensey received a link from the email address “[email protected]” but didn’t click the link and instead clicked “submit”.
Soren, who claims the link was fake, said that he was promised a free service, but instead got an email with the link to a “seosearch” section, where he could choose between several services.
The company promised to send him a bill for $50 for a six-month subscription, but he received an invoice with a $75 cancellation fee, according to the complaint.
“I did not see anything from Seo,” Soren told the Tulsa World.
“It was the email that was sent to me saying, ‘If you don’t like it, we’ll pay you $50 to cancel,'” Soren said.
“They also told me I would not be billed until my account was closed.
It was very deceptive.
I think they should have been more transparent.”
Soren declined to comment to BuzzFeed News, citing the pending litigation.
A Comcast spokesperson said that the case is being handled by a third-party law firm.
The case is the latest in a string of lawsuits against Seo in recent months, with some customers alleging that they were cheated out of money and the company failing to deliver on promised services.
In September, a customer of Seo’s filed a lawsuit in Tulsa that said that it had “unlawfully billed and/or misappropriated customer funds, and has failed to deliver services.”
A customer who said he paid $15,000 for a Seolink service told the outlet that he would not have paid the bill had the company delivered on its promises.
The same month, a man claimed that he paid more than $60,000 to Seolinks account, but it was cancelled after a customer complained about the charge.
Soreson, who is in his late 20s, said he is now a full-time stay-at-home dad who has “been doing this for 10 years” and has never seen Seo pay him for anything.
“You can see they are not trustworthy and they do not treat people fairly,” Soresson said.