This is a follow up from my last review. After blasting Regus in my first review, we received an email from the Area Manger saying that it was in their best interest to terminate the agreement on 7/24 and to contact their help desk. We did forward that email to the "help desk" on July 24. Then followed up with a phone call on July 30. Were told that they would send our request to their technical department. Called the "help desk" back today (because they certainly will not call you) and was told, rather snottily, that the only person that could terminate the agreement was the Area Manger. Emailed her and the office is closed in observance of Hurricane Irma which went through the area a year ago! In the meantime we have received ANOTHER invoice.
APPARENTLY THIS NIGHTMARE WILL NEVER END!!!!
Dont ever rent here!
They dont take responsibility for anything!
If your stuff gets damaged or stolen they wont take responsibility!
My car was damaged in their parking and they still dont take responsibility for it.
People are crying at the moment why they started here...
IWG plc, formerly Regus, is a multinational corporation that provides serviced offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms, and videoconferencing to clients on a contract basis. Founded in Brussels, Belgium in 1989, the business is incorporated in Saint Helier, Jersey. (Wikipedia)
REGUS (Egregious REGUS), now IWG plc, is a DUTCH company, therefore, they operate OUTSIDE THE LAW. If you search RipOffReport.com for REGUS, you'll get a better idea of their snaky ways.
One of the most prolific online posters of available professional inclusive office rentals, REGUS is the epitome of 'If it's too good to be true, it probably is',m avoid this company like bubonic plague!
- They demand a down payment, but if you change your mind, they claim it's non-refundable, "We're a Dutch company. We don't return down payments."
- Billing system is meant to SCAM hide actual charges including but not limited to:
** Over or multiple charges of same instance
** Hidden charges (services suddenly a la carte when it was implied/you were made to believe they were included)
** Improper fees (setup, renewals, late fees)
My guess is they've changed names to continue raping those trying to establish themselves as a professional. Find yourself a private owner of the building within which you wish to rent and strike up a deal. Not only will you feel better about your accomplishment in that department, you'll be better off financially, too!
I have been using their (Regus) service for over 6 months, and almost from the start there were problems. They promised that they will give 20 MBPS internet connection but I havent get the speed ever. Even most of the times their internet speed was in KBPS which was slower than 2G Internet connection. A Fraud Racket, siphon money and shut that's their business! Services Offered are Pathetic and Charges are 10 Time of a 7 Star Hotel.
Regus tacks on monthly expenses for internet, phone lines, kitchen fees and other "expenses" that make it more costly than it first appears when renting office space.
Regus offers flexible, high-quality and relatively inexpensive office space in a number of major cities across the world. This can be useful for start ups or larger companies who need flexible office space for traveling or satellite employees.
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