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Iomart and Ufindus update

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A few months I ago I blogged about a dispute I was having with Iomart (which also trades as Ufindus). Eventually I resolved it.

I notice there have been several comments from other dissatisfied customers which led me to this rather extraordinary posting: Class Action against Ufindus. It’s a catalogue of customers’ tales of woe about the company including many allegations of dishonesty and general shabbiness.

I don’t know whether to celebrate the power of the net for allowing us to find each other… or despair that such a company carries on like this.

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