- Report: #1151570
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Complaint Review: Lycus Arts Entertainment
Lycus Arts Entertainment AKA Rajeev Kumar Singh Company was hired to produce various art assets, as paid a pourcentage upfront, then submitted low quality assets, lied and then fell silent New Delhi Internet
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Lycus Arts was contracted in 2013 to produce 2d visual assets for a video game produced by Dragon Slumber. They were made aware of expected quality as well as deadlines, to which they agreed to.
After an extended delay, assets were produced and submitted by Lycus Arts, most of which were rejected due to very low quality, unlike what had been agreed upon. Additionally, it was discovered that some of the assets were plagiarized from other sources rather than created internally.
Lycus Arts was confronted numerous times over these matters, and many promises were made to the satisfaction of the customer, but ultimately they proved untrustworthy, they refused to pay back the downpayment despite making promises to the contrary, and a lawsuit sadly brought no resolution due to the clogged legal system in India which would require years of work and lawyer fees.
Rajeev Kumar Singh and Lycus Arts is completely untrustworthy, avoid at all costs.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/02/2014 03:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Lycus-Arts-Entertainment/internet/Lycus-Arts-Entertainment-AKA-Rajeev-Kumar-Singh-Company-was-hired-to-produce-various-art-1151570. 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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