First, this note deals with Mrs. Ashley Cochran of Hills Insurance Agency, Inc. in Moncton, New Brunswick. She’s the office manager. With that … | On July 22nd, an individual brought his hard drive in for repair. I own DanTek Solutions in Moncton, New Brunswick. I estimated a short period of time on the drive but was later told it would take a donor drive so I handed that drive over to a hardware technician. The time frame was much longer than I anticipated, unfortunately. | This past Tuesday (September 3rd) I was contacted by the customer’s wife, Ashley Cochran, an employee of Dejardins Insurance. She wrote: | “Hi Dan, this is Ashley Cochran. I apologize but we will have to pick up the hard drive tomorrow. We know you may have replaced a part on it and we will pay you for your service but we need the drive back right away. I appreciate your time. What would be the best time to pick it up?” | My response was: “No problem at all; I will have it tomorrow for you. Just spoke with Luke ” | Her next reply: “Thank you very much. Again, I apologize. I appreciate it very much.” | Drive was given back “exactly” as it was received so as not to cause any financial loss to customer. Customer did, afterall, request drive back … finished or not, as indicated in her texts twice. Unfortunately, the time frame of just over a month was frustrating her and rightly so. Thus, I had drive returned to her immediately, unfinished as she had requested (see above). | On Wednesday evening (September 4th), Ashley Cochran left a 1 star review for service she asked to be canceled. She then went on a rant, stating our company posted fake reviews and demanded an answer. As there are three individuals who manage the account, it would take time to (1) see if her claims were accurate and (2) respond once an internal review was completed. | In a show of good faith, I offered to pay for any recovery fees she would incur elsewhere. She accepted but THEN went on another rant this morning (September 5th) at which point I consulted with the RCMP and was advised to ask her not to communicate with us again and to record each time she did for future possible legal intervention due to harassment. On September 5th I sent an email asking her to stop communicating immediately as I was advised to do. | Ashley Cochran would remove review for approximately $1000.00 as stated in our text correspondence.