MicroDigital incommunicadoBy Chris Williams. Published: 25th Jul 2005, 23:04:47 | Permalink | Printable
Please replace the handset and try againMicroDigital customers struggling to contact the Omega manufacturing company have hit yet another brick wall this week: calls to the company's telephone line are met with an automatic message from BT explaining that the number is no longer recognised. The company's web and email hosting has also been suspended by provider Co-Comp, leaving emails sent to them languishing in digital limbo for the time being.
The company is currently sought by bailiffs, on behalf of an ex-Omega owner who took MicroDigital to court earlier this year to obtain a refund for £1500.
Punter took MicroDigital to court in 2004 and received money owed
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