• Report: #989300

Complaint Review: DNS Services

  • Submitted: Mon, December 31, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, December 31, 2012

  • Reported By: johndg — Winston Salem North Carolina United States of America
DNS Services
PO BOX 8940 Vancover, Washington United States of America

DNS Services Fake service invoice Vancover, Washington

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Got an invoice from them today where they have my website and almost my real company name for managed back up business services. While on the phone trying to call them I noticed in print on the bottom of the invoice some wording you are under no obligation to pay. What a rip off - they are sending out solicitations made to look like invoices in the hopes someone will pay thinking someone else in the company may have ordered the services which they have not provided. These things should be stopped and are nothing but a rip off

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