Utah business under fire for questionable iPod service

After dozens of complaints the Utah Better Business Bureau down loaded a warning against Pleasant Grove based ikaput.com.“My iPod broke, it started freezing up all the time and not working," said Reshohnah Salazar. She did not buy the extended warranty so she could buy a new iPod for about the cost of having her old one repaired. But then a Google search brought her to an iPod repair company called ikaput.com. "The post office confirmed with me that it was delivered."But after a few weeks of watching the mail Salazar called to find out what happed to her iPod and the hundred bucks she sent them. "They told me, we don't have your iPod."Unfortunately, Salazar is not alone. The Utah Better Business Bureau has received more than 80 complaints about ikaput.com in the past year from iRate iPod owners in 32 states and Puerto Rico.