By in Writing

A Proposition


I want to make this public so I am posting the link here. This is the post under which I made a proposition. It goes like that:

I asked the same simple question many times under different posts from you guys. My posts were deleted then ignored. My user was deleted so I resurfaced under another name only to be ignored again. Then I was instructed to open a ticket. I did that and was ignored again. My replies to the ticket were ignored. You have a perfect record of ignoring my questions. Congratulations!

This is not how to run a honest business! By making third world citizens second grade users, by misleading all of us, by ignoring our tickets and questions. The only thing that saved you until now was a fresh influx of new users - a cannon fodder for you.

Maybe I am being rude but I am that intentionally. When I think on all the members whose families really depended on the income from this platform I feel seek.

I have a proposition for you: pay out my missing redemptions and I will donate it all times two to the charity of your choice!

I won't make a poll out of it. But I am curious what will it be? Ignored or deleted? It is your call.

I have my answer but I will keep it for myself for now.

Better and better. Bong!

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Louemham wrote on January 2, 2015, 3:48 PM

If this is aimed at a particular site that begins with B, I imagine that you won't be answered. That's just the way it goes

Kasman wrote on January 2, 2015, 4:05 PM

Nice sentiments but you are wasting your time. By publishing the post you refer to Bubble Ooze has proved they don't care about their members. At least 'Comments' weren't disable on that post - and many of the replies were very critical. A lot of good, honest Bubblers are not happy, not happy at all - and that is why there has been a big influx of new members to Persona Paper. They are all pissed-off ex-bubblers.

Lemark wrote on January 2, 2015, 4:16 PM

I agree with you but I had to try one more time. Because I really do feel seek about it.

This is officially my last public try on a writing platform.

Lemark wrote on January 2, 2015, 4:18 PM

Thanks for your opinion. You are right, of course. But I'll trump you with 'won't be answered' AND 'will be deleted' :)

WordChazer wrote on January 2, 2015, 4:31 PM

Why do you think I have just spent three hours I planned to spend listing things on eBay pulling copies of posts from the site? Still a fair few more to check too. I have 381 posts on there, betting I won't find links to them all any more, not after all the changes.

Lemark wrote on January 2, 2015, 4:44 PM

:) A lot of posts :) Roughly my numbers. You know I did the vice versa. First typed and saved an article in a Word file and then copied it into the site and published it.

WordChazer wrote on January 2, 2015, 5:05 PM

Oh I have all my reviews safely saved in case anyone wants copies of those again. And they make up a good 100 of the list. I haven't saved many of the blogstyle posts because most of them aren't worth it. But some are food for future work.

OldRoadsOnceTraveled wrote on January 2, 2015, 5:28 PM

Definitely ignored, possibly deleted. But it will be popular with anyone who's left to read it.

--Actually, I just looked it up and as of 5:27 p.m. EST, it's still there. Maybe it got lost in the shuffle, or (likely) no staff ever bothered to read it.

Lemark wrote on January 2, 2015, 5:29 PM

It is Friday evening after the New Year. It will sit there for a while :)

paperdaisyflower7 wrote on January 2, 2015, 8:06 PM

I don't bother I don't write there for for a while waiting and waiting but not active there

BarbRad wrote on January 3, 2015, 1:35 AM

I did that, too, and after I published each post, I pasted the URL at the bottom of my copy so I could find it whether there was a link or not.

BarbRad wrote on January 3, 2015, 1:38 AM

I don't even try to contact them anymore. I'm sure they will delete my account when they see what I've been up to there and what I wrote in my last post. Many of these sites just don't get that without us, they don't have a site left. Without people writing and interacting there's nothing left for anyone to see. Sad.