- Report: #953959
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Complaint Review: Massive Networks
Massive Networks181 Inverness Dr. West Englewood, Colorado United States of America
Massive Networks WholeSale Telecom Charged for hostign when they could not figure out how to stabelize their network. Englewood, Colorado
Kevin Flake sold us a offsite backup and I later found that it was going to the same location, just two racks from ours. After paying for three months of hosting and one or twice a week, his firewall would lock up and stop our traffic.
I had to pull out one of the three servers from Massive Network's cloud services. Once I did that, he pulled the remaining two servers of ours and told us to come get them as soon as we could. I stopped by the datacenter and it looks like a mess. All the security system and the camera's are removed and all the racks are still there, but unlocked and open.
I would have had access to every server, router and switch in that facility without any problems. Pleast be aware of working with Kevin. This is the second time he has burned us on his startup wants or attemps. He billed us for the service till he discovered that he does not have the skill set to actually setup the very product he sales.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/11/2012 08:32 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Massive-Networks/Englewood-Colorado-80112/Massive-Networks-WholeSale-Telecom-Charged-for-hostign-when-they-could-not-figure-out-how-953959. 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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