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Report: #297485

Complaint Review: MPEG NATION - DIGITAL SILO - Northbrook Illinois

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  • Reported By: Woodand Hills California
  • MPEG NATION - DIGITAL SILO 3100 Dundee Road Northbrook, Illinois U.S.A.

3MPEG NATION - DIGITAL SILO Paid in Advance Video Streaming Services Discontinued, Company Vanished, Nonresponsive Northbrook Illinois

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I contracted with MPEG Nation in 2003 to rpvode online video streaming services for our company. I chose the advanced "lifetime" payment option for continuous services (an expensive premium). The videso displayed well for 3 years. I then tried to copntact MPEG Nation and their parent company, Digital Silo to add additonal video. Their web site indicated it was being "upgraded". It never did upgarde and then the video streaming I paid for stopped responding. Numerous attempts to contact the company have been unsuccessful They appear to have vanished, along with my paid for services. I would like an explanation and a referral to an alternate source.

La docs
Woodand Hills, California
U.S.A.

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