“They are riding on a partner’s links to now only service returning customers and try and sell as much as they can to keep the shop going for a few more months,” the source alleges.
That source claims i Yogi has been working overtime to suppress negative reviews on Google, Glassdoor and other social media sites.
Five such sources contacted Channel E2E, describing their challenges and concerns related to i Yogi.
One source alleges that i Yogi data lines were cut for non payment of bills, an that has impacted their ability to take calls.
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Original March 2 Story Continues Here: Several sources claiming to be i Yogi customers say they can no longer reach the company online and via 1-800 phone lines.
Some of the sources claim they have long-term support contracts with i Yogi and are pursuing refunds for non-support, but aren’t sure how to seek such recourse.
And several Web sites have sprung up to provide Caller ID spoofing services, eliminating the need for any special hardware.
For instance, sells a virtual "calling card" for that provides 60 minutes of talk time.
In the last few years, Caller ID spoofing has become much easier.