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Alpha Technology accuses paypal for there delay
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Alpha Technology (based in Manchester mining manufacturing company) did not deliver there pre ordered miner to the customers. They blame that PayPal blocked there account and that is the main reason they will delay the shipment of there first batch of hardware to end of October. They promised to deliver the pre order on July, but because of PayPal they had to move the delivery date.





According to the current raise of difficulty, all pre orders will fail to make ROI (return of investment) at all because of the 4 months delay.



 The excuse of the managing director Mohammed Akram and the reason they denied any refund on the pre order:


“This is a pre-order model and most of the pre-order
money was used to fund the project, we have always made this clear from
the start. If the customers did not agree with this model and did not
agree with the terms, then I feel they should not have ordered.”







Founded in April 2013 by Mohammed Mubasher Akram as Cheshire
Technology Limited, Alpha Technology held promise as a different type of
mining outfit.

The company posted its address and phone number online and only asked for a 30% deposit on pre-orders, unlike the 100% deposit required by other mining companies.

In July 2013, the company shed the Cheshire Technology name and
legally changed address from Stockport to a Manchester address shared by
Akram’s father’s accounting company – M. Akram and Co. That summer the
company’s blog was regularly updated with news of technical progress.

Akram, who holds a Masters of Engineering degree in electrical and
electronic engineering but declined to name the university or other
details, was gearing up for a launch in early 2014. In late December, he
announced pricing details for the company’s mining hardware and an estimated shipping date between April and September 2014 (Q2–Q3).

Already the company’s refunds policy was attracting criticism.
Depending on the time elapsed from your purchase, the company would
refund less and less of your initial deposit and charge a £70 fee in all
cases. Consumers in the UK have the right to a full refund if a product is not fit for purpose.

“This refund policy is fair as we are not taking 100% upfront,” said Akram in the same post.

By 2nd January the company was almost ready to begin sales. It released a video on YouTube, which now has almost 30,000 views, showing a demonstration of their mining hardware.



If you ask us, they will declare bankruptcy and run away whit the pre order money. 

Just have a look at there office (they say they manufacture in India and just assemble in the UK)
















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