Do you wish to be a customer of a company Empire Avenue, now EmpireKred, whose current leaders have such a history of such blatant abuse of their fellow leaders (and customers) that their conduct is credited by the San Francisco District Attorney’s office with helping change Twitter’s abuse policy?
Keith Gill, AKA DigitalKeith, Leader of then Empire Avenue (now EmpireKred) was so abusive on Twitter that the California Department of Justice and San Francisco District Attorney’s office opened inquiries into Twitter’s handling of the abuse.
Keith Gill is currently a corporate marketing manager for @avisolve.
If you’d like to be the customer of such a company give EmpireKred a try.
If you’re a normal person, and don’t wish to potentially be abused by people that have a history of doxing customers, issuing violent and non violent threats, trolling, and other harassment, pass on EmpireKred.
Empire Avenue refused to stop the abuse, and EmpireKred also indicates they will do nothing to stop abuse either.
According to Ethel Newlin of the San Francisco District Attorney’s office blogging helped change Twitter’s abuse policy.
This was further corraborated by Steven Krohn in a phone call to Ms. Newlin on 2/5/2015 one day after Twitter CEO Dick Costolo acknowledged they sucked at dealing with trolls and abuse.
In fact, the San Francisco DA’s office recommended a potential civil rights complaint if I chose to pursue litigation.
However, as I am out roughtly $100.00 – $115.00 (leaders package plus a month or so of bronze package) I feel warning consumers about who is at EmpireKred is a much more worthy exercise.
Mr. Gill, who thought corporations can do whatever they want to customers, apparently was surprised by response from attorney Mitch Jackson.