- Report: #812661
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Complaint Review: iYogi
iYogiInternet United States of America
iYogi Fraudlent and Deceptive Business Parctices, HIPPA Violations, Software Piracy, Misrepresentation Internet
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iYogi, continues to promote theft of Microsoft Operating Systems, Microsoft COA (Certificate of Authenticty ) by asking computer technicians and engineers to supply to the end user, cd disks and the Operating Systems contained therin, to reload said Operating systems, when the the licencing agreement requires that the end user provide (as stated in their agreement ) the operating system disks, and drivers when necessary, to the on site technician, when service is needed, or the hard drive (HDD) is needed to be replaced. It is understood that if an End User does not have said operating system disks, they maybe obtained (at nominal cost) from the computer manufacturer
have the technicians that service end users, or commercial locations, misrepresent themselves as employees of Iyogi, when in fact they are contractors, as individuals, or working for other companies
Ask technicians to break or otherwise "crack" passwords on computers ( desktops or laptops) without asking for proof of purchase, sales reciept, or other documentation to show ownership additionally ask technicians to break or otherwise"crack" passwords on computers that may have been stolen or otherwise obtained from a medical facility, where said computers, and contents stored on said harddrives, maybe protected under HIPPA
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/21/2011 08:21 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/iYogi/internet/iYogi-Fraudlent-and-Deceptive-Business-Parctices-HIPPA-Violations-Software-Piracy-Misr-812661. 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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