Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Will PayPal react???

As I got no reaction from the suspicious websites, I start a campaign. Please cut and paste the text below (or your own text) in here (if you have an PayPal account), send an email to spoof@paypal.com, and to as many people (and stuttering associations) as possible. Who else should we send an email to?

Dear Customer Service,

I would like to make you aware of a set of very suspicious websites that use your PayPal system to get desperate people who suffer from stuttering (or OCD) to spend money using false promises. Despite repeated requests, they did not back up the claims of satisfied customers that feature on their site.

They are http://naturaltherapyforstuttering.com/ and
http://www.solutiontherapiesonline.com/
http://alternativetherapyforgad.com/

This email is part of a campaign launched from thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com.

As a satisfied customer of PayPal and person who stutters, I feel that your company should not be hijacked by fraudulous or unprofessional websites.

Best regards,

[NAME AND ADDRESS AND EMAIL]

2 comments:

Law Student said...

Done! I doubt they will respond...but at least we're doing something.

Charlie Dean said...

Garage Band or Garageband.

Someone please provide DETAILED instructions on how to use Garage Band for Delayed Auditory Feedback (DAF).

Also any DETAILS for Altered Auditory Feedback would be nice.

Good article:
Technology for Stuttering Treatment
http://casafuturatech.com/index.php/treatment/technology#DelayedAuditoryFeedback