- Report: #10629
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Complaint Review: Fran O'Rourke
Fran O'RourkeP.O. Box 35 Thiells, New York U.S.A.
Photopoint DID have responsibility in protecting our pictures!!!! ED Bernstein ripped me off
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Well, when I assumed that I would be 'protected,' I did get lazy about backing up because I thought that Photopoint was a reputable enough company that they would have some kind of backup recovery system!!!!
Is there a lawyer out here? I think we ought to sue this guy personally and also the CEO from Pantellic--Dale Glass who said 'Now that Pantellic owns this site, rest assured we will keep everyone fully informed about the site, and the safety and uptime of everyone's images will continue to be the priority.'
PROTECTED????? SAFETY????? Don't know what those words mean to anyone else, but to me I assumed that if the site would go down, we would be 'fully informed' to quote Dale Glass again and at least given a few days notice to download.
What bad business. I think we really need a class action suit against these two individuals in particular.
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