Nomad claims for a returned modem!
Nomad, the “high reliable speed” internet service provider of Mauritius is back in the headlines of yashvinblogs.com!
A friend, Nayar got a “Mise en demeure” legal notice today by post. (Sorry for the very bad quality of the image)
The letter has been issued by Sogerec, a company which provides legal services for getting money back.
(More info and better translation on their web site, lol)
Nomad is claiming the following :
IMPAYE : RS 7071.74
CLAUSE PENALE : RS 848.61
TOTALE : RS 7920.35
COUT DU MODEM : RS 10,000
That makes a total of Rs7920.35 if the modem is returned and Rs10,000 additional if the modem is not returned.
But the best part in this story is that the rabbit modem has been returned long ago in September 2009
(See proof below – bad quality again).
They even included the following at the end of their letter :
“SI TOUTEFOIS VOUS AVEZ DEJA EFFECTUE CE REGLEMENT, NOUS COMPTONS SURE VOTRE COMPREHENSION ET NOUS VOUS REMERCIONS DE NE PAS TENIR COMPTE DE LA PRESENTE.”
What’s their problem?
Can’t they trace that out instead of sending those letters to people living peacefully now?
Nomad, my worst internet experience
And all ex-Nomad users know that the company does not accept the modem till you haven’t settled all the unpaid amount. It is a fact, most (if not all) of the Nomad users had a very very bad experience while trying to use that wimax powered internet connectivity. I have blogged loads of articles about Nomad. The Director of that time even asked me for a meeting to talk about my bad experience since it was making a lot of buzz on the Mauritian websphere. I was even called for a second meeting with the Person in Charge of the Comms of the company but this interview was never held.
Months ago, I switched to MyT and I can confirm : “Nomad s*cks!”
Anyone got the same letter as above? or more experiences to share? Feel free!