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Topic # 151874 8-Sep-2014 15:41
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  Reply # 1124483 8-Sep-2014 16:29
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Yikes.

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  Reply # 1124484 8-Sep-2014 16:31
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Not a great name after the DNS issues, poor Spark :(




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  Reply # 1124624 8-Sep-2014 18:45
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dcole13: Not a great name after the DNS issues, poor Spark :(


Bugger Spark, poor punter who had to answer all the calls!

They are lucky this isn't the USA or he'd probably have just won a large lawsuit :-)




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  Reply # 1124641 8-Sep-2014 19:15
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That's some pretty poor proofing/QA process there, lol.




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  Reply # 1124689 8-Sep-2014 20:56
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Funny :)

Once I had my office DDI listed in Yellow Pages Online as "Snap Internet", had a few good chats with the people calling, but they managed to resolve it pretty quickly.

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  Reply # 1124705 8-Sep-2014 21:23
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Inphinity: That's some pretty poor proofing/QA process there, lol.


How could they miss something like that, woow. Does anyone know what the number was supposed to be for?




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