- Report: #957011
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Complaint Review: Baycentric Web Development & Consulting
Baycentric Web Development & Consulting1926 Jefferson Ave Redwood City, California United States of America
Baycentric Web Development & Consulting Matthew Tamayo Scams SubContractors, Shady Web Design, SEO Scam, Unethical Practices Redwood City, California
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They continued to do SEO for 3 months. Matthew promised me that the SEO would be a smooth and easy going experience. After 3 months I never received one report on my keyword status. After doing some research on the backlinks i found that they only ended up creating 10 backlinks. This was the last draw for the situation, I asked for a full refund. Matthew became very rude and argued with me for days via email. After 3 weeks of arguments via email and legal action he stopped replying. I have tried contacting them via email at least 50+ times and never a response.
I wouldn't recommend Baycentric to my worst enemy. They are the definition of shady internet marketing / web design companies. Not only did Baycentric steal my money after I stopped paying for SEO they tried to hold my website hostage. They demanded I pay them $3000.00 If i want to get the login to access my site.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/18/2012 11:10 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Baycentric-Web-Development-Consulting/Redwood-City-California-94062/Baycentric-Web-Development-Consulting-Matthew-Tamayo-Scams-SubContractors-Shady-Web-Des-957011. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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