- Report: #1085284
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Complaint Review: crazydomains.com.au
crazydomains.com.auPO Box A2191 Sydney South Internet Australia
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CRAZYDOMAINS.COM.AU Daylight Robbery of Australian & Overseas Citizens.
We have very little choice but to inform the public of our encounter with crazydomains.com.au.
Approximately one year ago we signed up for a reseller account with crazydomains.com.au and transferred 5 – 10 of our clients/customers across. What a mistake we made, our experience thus far has been no short than a horror movie. The money’s that was collected from our client’s was held by crazydomains.com.au for well over one year and still till this date we are still trying to get these funds. We have spent over 30 hours of phone calls half of this time would have been our calls on hold. Crazy domains on all occasions, advised that the payment was made to our nominated account as requested. Clearly on our business bank statements there is no payment. So crazydoimains is saying they paid the money’s when we have more than clear evidence that they have not. Read on below it gets better.
We decided recently to take crazydomains.com.au to the civil minor claims courts in both South Australia & Queensland and lost both cases. The argument was simple, we were pursuing the money’s from our clients/customers we had collected over the past approximately one year. We supplied the courts with bank statements and other evidence clearly showing that the payments were not made as crazydoimains have claimed. Both cases in the minor civil courts where lost in the above states.
We attended our minor court hearing in Queensland, QCAT which was assigned for approx. 11am that morning. There was 6 people awaiting court hearings. Ironically we were the last to be heard, but fell short and was advised the courts didn’t have enough time for the hearing and that they would reschedule, by this time it was around 1pm. For such a simple case with such concrete evidence that should generally take no more than 30 minutes was surprisingly rescheduled. In the end both claims in both states as mentioned above where rejected.
Conclusion: It is very clear that crazydoimains does NOT have their customer’s best interests at heart. Our experience has been a living hell and we have lost money. Our view is crazydoimains may be making decent money and highly likely have Australian Government personal on their pay rolls, as they seem to be getting away with day light robbery. If you Google “crazydoimains complaints” you will find dedicated websites and forums to thousands and thousands of complaints and bad business experiences, yet this company under the banner of “crazydoimains” is still operating.
Ironically, as per the thousands of websites and forums even the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) cannot stop this company and its bad business practices.
Please be extremely careful in doing business with this company as you probably do not want to be another statistic. Like the hundreds and thousands of Australian as well as overseas citizens, currently suffering.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/17/2013 02:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/crazydomainscomau/internet/crazydomainscomau-crazy-domains-DreamScape-Networks-FZ-LLC-scam-beware-illigal-activ-1085284. 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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