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03/11/2015 FASTHOSTS, Gloucestershire, UK : Fasthosts debit account without authorisation
 
After Fasthosts breached contract and caused my web applications to fail, I complained, they refused to co-operate and so I told them I would not renew my hosting contract. I subsequently found an alternative hosting supplier ... and ditched Fasthosts.

BUT ... isn't this 'cute'? When it came to renew my contract (just a few days ago), Fasthosts tried to bill me anyway. Fortunately, my card had expired and I had declined to update the card details (deliberately, because I had not intention to renew the service), so they were unable to take the payment - but can you believe it, they tried anyway!

Yes, maybe they would have said 'sorry' and offered to refund the money, but I swear they do this deliberately ... take the money, hope you don't notice and offer an apology if they get found out (after they've made it my problem to go chasing after them).

This kind of business practice is outrageously immoral and criminal - companies that do this should be forcibly closed down and their assets attached by the state.

  Complainant: tredmag | Estimated Cost to Customer: 800.00
DO THE RIGHT THING - CONTACT THE COMPLAINANT - PAY BACK THE MONEY (CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES/LOSSES)!

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