Did I Ruffle Some Feathers?
With the introduction of my new website and my attempts to promote it in and around social networking platforms, CamGirl Clubs (http://camgirlclubs.com), has already began to ruffle the feathers of a select group of industry players. While I can’t attribute harassment to the list of attacks lately (that’s been going on way longer than CamGirl Clubs has existed), I can add the following:
- Sun, Nov 18, 2012 – The first visitor to my IM on CamGirl Clubs was someone who wasted no time and no beating around the bush with their query; “Hi Amanda. How many members do you have?”. That was the only thing they wanted to know. Their arrogance began to show when I refused (with ample right) to answer that question, so they left.
- Wed, Nov 21, 2012 – Failed takedown attempts (flagged) on the videos I placed on Youtube, promoting CamGirl Clubs. Less than 24 hours after I posted them.
- Wed, Nov 21, 2012 – Unsuccessful attack on my computer.
- Wed, Nov 21, 2012 – CamGirl Clubs site IM support operator reports a spam message telling me I’m no longer banned on a certain forum site I no longer visit. Odd that they choose this time and place to inform me of this. Message forums collects and stores the ip’s of their users. I wonder why they want me to visit and why wouldn’t they just send me an e-mail rather than enter my site to spring this good news on me. I was already informed of this by e-mail 3 months ago. Odd. Or is it?
What are they so afraid of? This site possibly becoming a success in the industry? This is a prime example of the type of arrogance, control and manipulation put forward from those that have everything to lose by allowing any competition into what they see as their playing field. Bullies in the sandbox.
Well, I must say it’s quickly becoming a very interesting week.
I’ll be hard at work on my new website this week, putting the finishing touches on it. It’s active though and indeed has members. If you would like to check it out, you’re welcome to. http://camgirlclubs.com