In case you have been following this series of ours (part 1 and part 2), you would notice, the last article in this series came out in September, and this article is now coming in February 2020, after over 4 months. What were we doing in this period?
We were trying to settle with the extremely hardened and unprofessional ex-clients we have had but unfortunately, these people, more often by habit like to play this heavy-handed game where they exploit a service provider and then when the time comes to pay, just simply back out without any regrets or remorse. These are the ones that need to be penalized. The presence of such individuals ends up damaging the ecosystem, as being habitual offenders, they do not stop.
We lodged our complaint on the MSME Samadhan website along with the relevant details and proofs. We sent tweets to the MSME department along with emails to the officers, but months passed and nothing was done in reference to our cases. It’s a shame or sham, we would let you decide, after all, we are improving as far as “Ease of Doing Business” rankings are concerned
At this point in time, we are going to take the legal route for the same as well as are contemplating a name and shame page so that we can save someone else from becoming a victim as well as putting the word out across the startup world, so that even the investors or shareholders become aware of the conduct of the individual/company (the URL of the page will be https://www.dignitasdigital.com/blacklisted-companies/, we are currently in the process of collecting all relevant documents to protect ourselves legally).
If you would like to know more about the process – MSME Samadhan and the legal process, feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com