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Moron complains to [email protected] (me)

Yet another followup[3-22-2002]: Yes indeed, Robin Hood Software is running scared! They have put up a message asking that their affiliates and customers contact [email protected] to complain about this site! Gosh, what a bunch of hosers.

Here's a moron complaining to [email protected] (me), in Robin Hood Software's latest attempt to "deal" with me (geez, what a racketeering operation those guys run, let's see, they try to get me fired from my job by making false complaints, now try to get me kicked off my ISP with false complaints!). Note that he attached my picture to this attempt (what a lamer!), you already know what my ugly mug looks like so I left it off this. See my reply to him afterwards.

A bit of a follow-up: Please do not abuse Anthony Dacko about the following message. Anthony Dacko runs an excellent expose' of the British fox-hunting industry at www.anthony-dacko.net. I have had an EMAIL conversation with the real Anthony Dacko and he speculates that this was an attempt to get abusive messages sent to the ISP of his anti-dog-hunting site. Imagine, someone using Anthony Dacko's good name to defend people who sell products via spam and deceptive advertising!

From: "anthony.dacko" 
To: 
Subject: abuse
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 18:15:19 -0000

Hello I would like to report a guy targeting a softwear company called =
evidence eliminator based in the United Kingdom he is making false lies =
about this softwear manufacture I my self use their softwear and some of =
the claims he is making are untrue. I would like you to do something =
about this guy thank you for your help.

                                                                         =
Regards Anthony.


This is his address Eric Lee Green
5345 E Van Buren St Apt 156
Phoenix, AZ  85008
US
602-426-0387
[email protected]

Have you ever noticed that the kind of illiterate people who buy into the whole "evidence eliminator" scam can rarely spell or use proper grammar? Let's see, "false lies" means "truths", right, except I don't think that's what this guy was trying to say! Okay, here's my reply:

From: Eric Lee Green 
Organization: The Vast NWO/UN/Vatican/Amish Anti-EE Conspiracy
To: "anthony.dacko" 
Subject: Re: abuse
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 12:05:59 -0500
X-Eric-Conspiracy: There Is No Conspiracy
 
On Friday 22 March 2002 01:15 pm, you wrote:
> Hello I would like to report a guy targeting a softwear company called
> evidence eliminator based in the United Kingdom he is making false lies
> about this softwear manufacture I my self use their softwear and some of
> the claims he is making are untrue. I would like you to do something about
> this guy thank you for your help.

Thank you for your contribution to the http://evidence-eliminator-sucks.com 
site. Now I can add "attempting to interfere with my Internet connectivity" 
to "attempting to interfere with my employment" on the web site under the 
list of things that Robin Hood Software and its affiliates have tried to do. 
Your message (complete with all header information) is going online as soon 
as I can get it there. 

> This is his address Eric Lee Green
> 5345 E Van Buren St Apt 156
> Phoenix, AZ  85008
> US
> 602-426-0387
> [email protected]

Heheh. Haven't you read 
http://www.evidence-eliminator.com/dis-information.shtml lately? According to 
that page, "Eric Lee Green" doesn't exist! So how can he be posting untrue 
information? (And, BTW, what information on the site is untrue? I'd like to 
know, so I can correct it -- gosh amighty, I wouldn't want to LIE, that's 
what Robin Hood Software specialises in, see my spoof of their lying 
"investigation" web application at 
http://evidence-eliminator-sucks.com/bogus-warning.php).

Note that nowhere do I say that Evidence Eliminator does not work. I have not 
used it, and do not intend to use it, and thus will not say it does not work 
(even though many of my correspondents will). I *DO* say that it is 
advertised via false and deceptive advertising that implies that it'll do 
things it doesn't do (it will not, for example, hide your IP address and 
cookies from the sites you browse, you'll need an anonymizer for that). Let's 
face it, it may or may not be a good $39.95 file wiping program, but bloating 
it up and selling it for $150 via deceptive ads claiming you've done 
something illegal and you'll be fired and/or go to jail if you don't use it, 
well, that is the work of scumbags, not of reputable business people. 

Eric Lee Green             mailto:[email protected]
           Webmaster, http://evidence-eliminator-sucks.com
A Member of the Vast NWO/UN/Vatican/Amish Anti-EE Conspiracy since 1893


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