Drumroll please (yes, it’s that bad.)
A universal blacklist.
Why is this so bad?
Keith Gill, AKA Digitalkeithm is a leader at Empire Avenue (now EmpireKred) a company that according to Chris Voss has a “goon squad” that attacks customers that complain.
“Complain” also seems to mean asking that cyberbullying by Gareth Davies (and others) be stopped.
In order to stop the uh, complaints?, Keith wants a blacklist.
If there is one, I suggest starting with you know who, and work from there.
Who is more antisocial than a company that attacks their own customers afterall?
I’m all for the best idea rising to the top of the pile here in America.
If you want to be ruled by corporate “goons”, give Keith’s idea a shot.
But don’t be surprised when Johnny Law comes inquiring.
Blacklists are anticompetitive. Just sayin’. They ,ay violate RICO and the Sherman anti-trust act.
In an interview Wednesday, Mr. Trump played down such praise by saying his dealings with Mrs. Clinton then were purely transactional. As a businessman, he needed to curry favor with an influential senator from his home state. In turn, he said, she had incentive to court him as a campaign donor.
“As a businessman and a very substantial donor to very important people, when you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do,” Mr. Trump said. “As a businessman, I need that.”
Blacklists are just downright un-American, anti competitive and the tool of small minded business people that can’t get their own way, so they resort to such tactics.
Say no to “goons.”
Is this what “games” are?
Still blogging, babe.
I have no idea what’s wrong with alerting consumers to an abusive company and their leaders in any case.