Johnnie Moore

Iomart and Easyspace

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

After my recent post about Iomart a friend has emailed me. He was a happy client of Easyspace until they were taken over by Iomart last year. And recommends these three links to forums where users share their unhappy experiences. Dismal reading.

UPDATE In December 2005 my dispute with Internetters was resolved to my satisfaction. Credit where it’s due, they have put things right now.

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