Mr. BezosI wrote you a few weeks ago about content providers who are using the Kindle Unlimited platform to scam/game the system. I’ve recently contacted “Mr. Bezos, following up on the issue with scammers on the KU platform”
. If you’re here looking for info about the Kindle scammers, etc, I’m going to give a short run-down. FYI, if you asked me a Q on Facebook or Twitter or email and got directed here, it’s because I’ve already addressed the Q
Have you been reading my blog & following the #HotTakes about #KindleUnlimited’s scamming problem?
A lot of people are wondering what to do and how to fight it. I know a lot of people want to fight it, but are afraid to speak out for fear of retaliation from the scammers themselves. Guess what…I’ve got a form for that. The FTC Online Complaint Form.
J. emailed me back while I was working on formatting her chat with Amazon and told me she’d written an essay, her first in the “Hot Takes: Reader J follows up with a reader’s perspective”
So, something that a lot of people are overlooking in this mess of scammers are readers. No, I’m not saying this to curry favor with “Hot Takes: Looking at how this affects readers”
She’ll languish in moderation…I heard that phase from somebody, but can’t remember who. Anyway, I wanted Billie to know, I see her loud & clear, “Billie Jowls, whoever that is, doesn’t like me”