- Report: #308326
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Complaint Review: IDC Servco National Systems Imaging
IDC Servco National Systems Imaging3962 Landmark Street, PO Box 1925 Culver City, California U.S.A.
IDC Servco - National Systems Imaging Toner Scam Culver City California
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After I started as the Office supervisor for a small business, I went round and round for months with this company. After several agruements and asking for proof of the contract, I finally recieved a final order confirmation by fax. This final order confirmation reported that the contract was compete. After signing this order and faxing it back on January 8th, I believed that we were finally finished and this company would not bother us anymore. Little did I realize that a month later we once again recieved a box of 6 toners and a bill for over $4000. Upon trying to dispute this bill, a fax was sent to my by IDC Servco showing my signature that had been cut and pasted onto a new order form reading January 28th. I can not believe they would fraudulently use my signature like this! This was the last straw, after placing several calls, no one from the company will return them. It is now in the hands of our lawyer.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/12/2008 02:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/IDC-Servco-National-Systems-Imaging/Culver-City-California-90232-1925/IDC-Servco-National-Systems-Imaging-Toner-Scam-Culver-City-California-308326. 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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