- Report: #1107833
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Complaint Review: Virtual Mining Corp
Virtual Mining Corp450 S Union Ste H Springfield,, Missouri USA
Virtual Mining Corp VMC RIPOFF by Virtual Mining Corp ,VMC, bitcoin mining company Springfield, Missouri
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I have pre purchased at bitcoin mining system from Kenneth Slaughter of http://virtualminingcorp.com
for $4700 for the last two weeks I have not been able to reach him. I have phoned and left voice messages and sent many emails asking him why he has not delivered in November the mining system. I wanted to know from him when he would be able to ship out the bitcoin miner!
At this point has anyone else has problems with this company?
Any responsible business would at lest have a message to the customers on there website.
They would have people answering the office phone. So we have a single person for contact and he is not communicating?
The affiliate company to VMC called Active Mining Corporation (Belize), I did a search online in belize and could not find this company?
VMC is getting there Asic chips from easic http://www.easic.com
I don't know what Kenneth E Slaughter is doing but one thing I do know he has my money and I am starting to think that VMC company is not on the up and up!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/17/2013 07:13 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Virtual-Mining-Corp/Springfield-Missouri-65802/Virtual-Mining-Corp-VMC-RIPOFF-by-Virtual-Mining-Corp-VMC-bitcoin-mining-company-Spring-1107833. 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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