- Report: #402923
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Complaint Review: Prism Pointe Technologies ,PPT
Prism Pointe Technologies ,PPT4605 Coates Ave. Fairburn, Georgia U.S.A.
Prism Pointe Technologies Melanie Koerting, John Black, Robert Waddington ,PPT Prism Pointe Tech. Not paying subs, work done, no PAY. Told 2 weeks in Nov. 08 Fairburn Georgia
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I went and did the job the next day and by the time I returned back to the office, she wanted me to do the same thing only 55 miles away in Modesto.
Both of these jobs were 2 phase jobs, (put in the routers, then return in a couple of days and do a hot cut from the old to new routers).Problem was Melanie didn't inform me that I was doing both parts until the night before it was to happen. Screwed up my appointment book good. But the jobs were completed and the paperwork submitted. 11/28/08
I called to talk with Robert Waddington about when to expect a check and he told me net 15. That was great news as I would have my money by Christmas for presents. Now it's 12/18/08 and no check so I called and talked to John Black, he informed me that because MPC filed for Bankruptcy that I wouldn't be recieving payment anytime soon. Oh and Robert Waddington no longer works for the company, as he is going to serve in Iraq.
In all they owe me $671.25 sure would of been a nice Christmas present but I guess a lump of coal is all I will get this year.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/18/2008 07:35 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Prism-Pointe-Technologies-PPT/Fairburn-Georgia-30213/Prism-Pointe-Technologies-Melanie-Koerting-John-Black-Robert-Waddington-PPT-Prism-Poin-402923. 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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