- Report: #453002
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Complaint Review: Moxie Communications
Moxie Communications151 Front Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada
Moxie Communications They will break contract and hold your equipment for ransom! Toronto Ontario
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Rather than take responsibility for their incompetence, they are passing off the blame to Net Acccess Corporation, who was providing them with their IP address space. From my present understanding there was nothing more than a non-binding assurance from Net Access that Moxie would have extended use of their address space, and Moxie not only coasted past the official cutoff date on little more than this assurance but unapologetically left dozens of clients stranded, and demanded that we come on location to "fix" our IP configuration.
In lieu of my cancellation, Moxie sprung a surprise "termination penalty" of three months' payment and cited a contract that I do not recall signing. They have failed to produce said contract even when requested by the Peel Regional Police department. Our servers are being held ransom, Moxie demands $1120CAD in cash or certified cheque before they will release our equipment.
Common sense prevails
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/18/2009 01:55 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Moxie-Communications/Toronto-Ontario/Moxie-Communications-They-will-break-contract-and-hold-your-equipment-for-ransom-Toronto-453002. 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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