Re: Plynetics website

From: dbassett (
Date: Thu Jan 14 1999 - 22:10:09 EET


My point is this,..When you logged on to, you were
presented with the information put there by ATI. It is impossible to have
been able to do that without hacking into the site unless they were given
the passwords by someone. I doubt seriously if someone at Plynetics would
have just turned them over. Oviously, someone at ATI made a concerted
effort. By the way, as of yesterday, the 13th, if you go to the site..all
web pages have been removed!

In general, I have to say that just as a sound business practice...doing
something like that was a very risky move. MAYBE somebody would have
appreciated it, but I'd venture to say that most people were turned off!

Regards, Lisa Federici
>> "Providing suitable 3D solutions for the real world"
>> tel 415.488.9500
>> fax 415.488.1647

At 12:16 PM 1/14/99 -0500, you wrote:
>dbassett wrote:
>> Sorry boys,
>> I too found it in extremely poor taste. I'll be the first one to step up and
>> go after clients who I feel would be better served by my company because of
>> lack of quality or customer satisfaction. But to purposely assume someone's
>> website and capitalize on it in that fashion is really scraping the bottom
>> of the barrel! It was a major turn off.
>> Sign me a formerly satisfied Plynetic's customer!
>> Lisa Federici, President
>> Scansite
>> "Providing suitable 3D solutions for the real world"
>> tel 415.488.9500
>> fax 415.488.1647
>In my earlier posting on this topic, I did not realize that ATI had
capitalized on Plynetic's
>website in the fashion you described. How did you find out about it? In
other words, if I go
>back to that site, what indicates that it's been 'hijacked' by ATI?
>Doug Greenwood
>Square D Company, Groupe Schneider
>Raleigh, NC
>Ph (919)217-6334, Fax 919-266-8397

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