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  • amanda36c 4:41 pm on November 5, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: adult industry fraud, Catherine Tayler, fraud, trademark theft,   

    A Clear Perspective 

    Frustration was bound to set in at some point after years of failed attempts to drive me offline with their harassment. They used every trick in the book, including insults, belittlement, slander, threats, even impersonation. There was no low they wouldn’t stoop to. It wasn’t until this occurred that I started to finally piece together who was behind the harassment I had been enduring for years. https://amanda36c.wordpress.com/attacks-screenshots/ Initially, I couldn’t understand what was behind their desperation to shut me down by attempting to have all my social media accounts, as well as webcamming accounts on all sites I performed on, closed or suspended. The underlying question that kept eating at me was; why try so hard to drive me offline? What does one have to gain from all that effort? More events started to occur, which brought the answer to that question to light.

    In January an attempt was made to obtain the trademark for “amanda36c” with full knowledge that I had been doing business under this name. https://amanda36c.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/amanda36c-trademarked/

    Having found out about this trademark filing, I immediately began proceedings to oppose it.

    6 days after my extension for opposition was made public, iFriends renews amanda36c.net (for 9 years, this time, rather than year by year as they’d done since purchasing it in 2008). https://amanda36c.wordpress.com/2014/06/04/webpower-inc-ifriends-renews– amanda36c-net-until-2023/

    These two separate deliberate attempts to sabotage my business were made in the same timeframe by Catherine Tayler and Webpower Inc/iFriends. One attempts to obtain the trademark for “amanda36c” while the other pushes forward with extending amanda36c dot net until 2023, continuing to display and sell my content therein. This is no coincidence.

    Heads-up, camgirls. This can happen to any one of you (if it hasn’t already). Also, it’s always a good idea to trademark your handle and read all contracts and agreements thoroughly with a lawyer before you sign. Protect yourself, your business and your future.



  • amanda36c 2:11 pm on May 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: adult industry crimes, fraud, operation chokepoint   

    The Untouchables 

    Over the years, I have witnessed, both directly and indirectly, harassment, bullying, skimming,, what appears to be possible money laundering, malfeasance, corporate sabotage, corporate fraud, etc., all within the adult industry. Most of what I mentioned is still occurring, despite many reports to the proper law enforcement officials.

    Is the adult industry untouchable? Does law enforcement turn a blind eye to what’s going on inside the confines of this industry for fear of public mockery? Is it more from shame and embarrassment of having to address the media with the filth otherwise known as *gasp* “internet porn”? What would their involvement in solving crimes in the adult industry mean to the public? Don’t they take some sort of pledge to uphold the law? Perhaps there is a stipulation that excludes the adult industry in there somewhere.

    What about the millions of Americans  who had money taken from their credit cards when they never made the purchase in the first place? What about those who saw a double billing and kept quiet, in the same manner and for the very same reasons law enforcement remains silent? These are deemed ‘fraud’. The great Department Of Justice’s Operation Chokepoint targets these very crimes. So, where are they in all of this?

    These scumbags prey on the vast majority of people whose fear of being ridiculed overshadows any faith in the law actually doing something about it.  Besides, don’t we all know by now that when a crime is committed, several reports have to be  filed before any action is taken? What if everyone is too afraid to come forward? Will people ever get together in numbers to fight for money owed to them, for their own rights or is it just easier to sweep in all under the rug, to keep their name and reputation intact? People today are more likely to walk away and the scumbags know that. They count on people doing nothing and the more people do nothing, the more these scumbags continue to get away with this.


    The lawless adult industry. A fraudster’s playground. I guess ‘we the people’ have spoken.


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