Filed Under (Don't Tread On Me!, Membership Websites) by Dave on 20-02-2016
If you have visited my new site, CashOrLead.com, or you are a member of it, you have likely seen Google’s lies about it.
Google (A.K.A. wannabe “God”), a well-known spyware manufacturer, has hijacked Cash or Lead. (hypocrites)
THEY DON’T KNOW!
They never scanned the site. How do I know? I BUILT IT! So I know what is in it and what is not. Google is claiming that the site contains malicious code, which, in fact, it does not. So Google is lying when they claim to have scanned it.
To further prove that Google is lying, I re-uploaded the whole site. So, in the extremely unlikely case that some script kiddie found the site in only 12 hours of it being online and injected any type of malicious content, the damaged file(s) will have been overwritten by the newly re-uploaded files. And, yet, Google is still claiming “harmful content.”
GOOGLE IS LYING!
And I am not the first person that Google has lied about. They have gained quite a reputation for defaming people and hijacking random websites for no reason.
There is nothing at all wrong with CashOrLead.com. It is 100% safe and secure. It was even paying out money to members…
UNTIL GOOGLE HIJACKED IT!
Here is the REAL problem:
MailChannels is an incompetent third-party SMTP (mailing) service. (Like Amazon SES, but Amazon knows what they are doing and do it well.)
MailChannels LOVES to block emails. They will block anything and everything for no reason. Then claim that it was a “false positive.” False positive? Nah. I think that you got into the business long before you had enough knowledge to be getting into anything other than your next dry diaper. PUNK!
Here’s the way that Cash or Lead’s sign-up process works:
A new member pays their $17 membership fee directly to their referring affiliate’s PayPal account.
PayPal then sends transaction details to my “Instant Payment Notification” processor.
My IPN processor creates the new member’s account and sends them their log-in details to their PayPal email address.
Typical subscription management system… Works every time… Right? RIGHT!
Unless, of course, the sender of the welcome emails is MailChannels…
Now step into my shoes and experience this yourself…
Then you get annoyed customers wondering where their log-in details are.
So they write to you…
And you reply with an apology and their log-in details…
And good ol’ MailChannels blocks that, too.
So your annoyed customers never hear back from you.
Then you get pissed off customers wondering if they just got scammed.
Then your pissed off customers irrationally report your site as a phishing site, instead of simply getting a refund from PayPal. —No hard feelings, whoever you are. 😉
Then you get labeled as a “scammer” and wannabe “God” (A.K.A. Google), hijacks your site…
… WITHOUT ANY REASON!
… WITHOUT ANY NOTICE!
… WITHOUT ANY CLUE!
Google never even contacted you to find out if there was ACTUALLY a problem.
Nor did Google sheep; Mozilla, Apple or Microsoft…
They just hijacked your site, lied about you in emails and destroyed your reputation.
All because one incompetent mail company couldn’t send… uh… mail.
Now that you’ve been a victim of MailChannels’ incompetence and Google’s misinformation campaign, I hope that your experience helps you to understand what is going on with Cash or Lead and eases your worries.
>>> I have installed Firefox and Safari and have seen no warnings. So hopefully this is over with them. I will not install Google’s spyware on my computer. So, if you are using Chrome, feel free to check the site and see if Google’s defamation (er, “warning”) page is still on it. You can comment below to let me know. I’ll appreciate it.
I promise you that I am doing nothing wrong.
I promise you that I have done nothing to deserve the ‘scammer’ reputation that I may get to live with for the next several years (or longer).
I promise you that Cash or Lead is NOT going away; no matter what Google or their think-inside-the-bah-ha-hax sheep “think” of it!
WE’RE HERE TO STAY!