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Supanet Chase Former Customers for Unpaid Bills

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https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2019/02/6-years-on-uk-isp-supanet-chase-former-customers-for-unpaid-bills.html

 

 

 

A number of former Supanet (Supatel / TimeTalk) customers have been in contact (with ISPreview) to complain that the ISP has recently started chasing them for alleged unpaid bills, some of which include vague demands for up to nearly £800. In most cases those being targeted left the broadband provider 4-6 years ago.

 

 

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"This all relates to former Time Computers and the subsequent string of offshoots, where money (quits a lot actually) moves in and out of the UK via Jersey. Broadly, there is Supanet, Internexus, Tpad and 6G internet."


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... Its just doing some due diligence that makes them seem unusual ...

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Intriguing. My suspicions are they may be experiencing cash flow problems and before they go bust are trying to get as much money in before they do.

 

On looking at Biometrix, the only company I can find with a previous name of Supatelecom . which shows they have only 12 employees and not a lot of cash to go around.

 

On checking the Supanet name the company has no assets whatsoever which says much the same thing as I think. No money, chasing potential victims.


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