A reader emailed me:
Tom, I am incensed by the Kill Your Stutter program, which posts 1-2 ads per DAY on various random sites, and which has zero documentation. The author hides in literally an unlimited number of sites, and presumably hits Google alerts daily by simply posting to the 1-2 new sites per day.I need to think about this. Maybe one of you knows what best to do. But in the mean time, here are the details of the guy owning the domain name Kill Your Stutter. Feel free to contact him!!
Is there some way to generate a similar posting asking people to be WARY of this scam? I
asked some friends who pointed out they might save more PWS faster and better by paying attention to his poster, but they have no taste for it. Thoughts?
My alerts pick up all your new posts - is it possible to use something like that to spread some warnings?I don't run my own web site, so it is hard for me to generate daily messages that are open to the public (aside from class web sites, which are private to non-registered folks).
Arjun LalHe is also part of the NLP community, which doesn't surprise me. There is a real possibility that he actually thinks he is doing a great service to people who stutter. See his post here.
31 Country Estates Drive
Unionville, Ontario L6C1A4
Interestingly, Arjun Lal has also been named in a court case of copyright law infringements. You can read the details here. Maybe one of you is a lawyer and could take up on this. Maybe you could contact the suing company providing them with the information that he is also defrauding people who stutter. See Court News here. [Link doesn't work by clicking, but you type in manually http://www.courthousenews.com/2010/02/22/VideoGames.pdf and you will get the scanned document of court documents.]
Do you know what I want to do? Get a documentary team, go to Canada, and hunt him down!!
(The Stuttering Student has put a similar post online.)