Sat, October 26, 2002
You have it wrong. If this other company is supposedly the one which is disreputable, how can the victim of not only the other company, but also of the confusion be held accountable for the damage.
It appears that your "beef" is with the other company. You have two options: change the name of your company, or sue the other company to change theirs, a third; just realize you have to live with the confusion. But heaven's sake, don't blame the consumer.
Fri, October 25, 2002
Not all "Fountain Technologies" are bad!
Although we are only a small company in Texas, we field a lot of complaints from people who were unfortunately ripped off by those dishonest Chinese people and their money-laundering scheme.
Please realize, though, that WE are not THEM. Apparently, they had some "Fountain Technologies" in New Jersey listed as their parent company, but WE are NOT related to them.
We feel sorry for the victims - not only individual consumers, but also IBM and 3com and the many American companies from whom they (liars from China) stole many millions of dollars before they vanished back into China with everything... and yet WE cannot do anything about it. We are not, and never were connected, in any way, to those people who are apparently scoundrels.
We do not manufacture any hardware, and we are not anyone's parent company. We are strictly services-oriented. We are based in Texas, and do not have any business in New Jersey.
Please note that we have absolutely no interaction with any Chinese "businessmen" (as if we would trust them after all these horror stories, not to mention their country's blatant and heinous violations of human rights!)
We would simply ask that anywhere you reference the bad guys by the name "Fountain Technologies", you would be appropriately clear about WHICH Fountain Technologies. (Otherwise, you are inadvertently causing damage to OUR company.)