While I don’t really expect to get any answers – I am a little curious.
I know that the reason spammers send spam is to make money. I don’t think anybody sends spam for fun although I am sure some people have ‘spammed’ others to annoy them/etc.
With that said we get a lot of spam to “support@”, “abuse@”, “sales@”, etc… Do you actually see a return on sending spam to these addresses or are you so readily able to send the spam that it really doesn’t matter?
It has been roughly 10 weeks since “The Professor” sent a Cease and Desist letter to the company I work for concerning content on one of our client’s sites. We refused to bow to this individual’s demands and that was the beginning of the harassment. At this point I count no less than 20 individual messages in my inbox. The Professor has called the company I worked for numerous times and asked the same questions and received the same answers.
Let me start by saying that my organization has been using PayPal since 2007 and in all of this time we’ve generally been very happy with the service provided. I have, over the years, seen where others were unhappy with PayPal for various reasons from accounts being locked to withdrawals being prohibited or delayed. I’ve seen some complaints about PayPal disputes but by and large the dispute process has been good to us the few times we have had to use it. Most disputes we have faced were resolved directly with the client as my organization has a refund policy and a general stance that we won’t hold onto funds for a service you do not need or want. Continue reading
I’m disappointed in Square Enix. I participated in Beta 4 to find out if it was a game that I wanted to try out and, to my surprise, I found it entertaining and fun. There were issues with the Beta 4 and, with it being a beta, I didn’t think a whole lot about them. I assumed that Square Enix would do what they had to in order to ensure a smooth launch day, or at least as smooth as possible for an MMORPG. I pre-ordered a copy of the game when Beta 4 ended so that I could get online with ‘Early Access’ on Friday instead of waiting until Tuesday and that’s where the nightmare begins.
A lot has been changing in my life over the last 12 months, and it has been a while since I have written a post. I have been staying pretty busy with work and family, the business has been growing and I’m about to hire a new full-time employee. My family is also growing, as I my wife and I will be having our first son come August. Having a growing family means that health coverage has become a new priority for me, where I have been without health insurance for the last ten years or so. While I can’t say that I know anybody who loves insurance companies or their practices, I can certainly say that of all I have worked with BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is the worst so far.