It saddens me to see people cry. Like break down & cry. Tears, runny nose & red eyes crying. Why were they crying? They lost 45% of their revenue because of a website called S*C*A*M book dot com had someone post some false information about their business. The information was so bogus. It was basically stating that the wife didn't put out or something along those lines. In fact, it was vulgar. The website, even after my client begged them still wouldn't take the information down.
This was what they wrote him.
It just has extortion written all over it.Dear Butch, Thanks for contacting XXXXXXXX.com. Unfortunately, it is not our policy or practice to remove entire complaints. However, there is a "follow-up" function on your S*******k Dashboard that allows you to post a comment underneath your original posting. Your comments appear more prominent than other S*******k users' comments, so any clarifications you would like to make are clear to S********k readers.
My question and why this has prompted me to ask. Do people really take this seriously? I mean does it seem like they are popping up a dime a dozen. I mean there is another site that encourages people to submit scam alerts.
It really made me feel bad for all these potential businesses who get ousted for things that may not be true, or are outlandish due to jealousy, trying to kill a business or whatever. I wonder if anything can be done? They are clearly manipulating, right?
I want to help my client and I want to help others. What can be done to eliminate this? I mean it's the same thing with those Mugshot websites. There are legal sites who are posting whether people have had bankruptcies or other personal problems.
I just feel there is too much taking advantage of.
People are losing their hides because of crazy people. No wonder the US is going to the crapper. It's a dog eat dog world it seems.