So a few days after I posted the last Amazon scammer update, I kept an eye on the books I’d posted. You know, all those books from April Lust and… Read more »
These are the times that try my soul. I mean, it’s not like Amazon hasn’t been made aware. Readers complained about long before I said anything. Readers have complained via… Read more »
FYI…this is long. This was written in word first and it was nine pages long. However, six pages were nothing but lists of the books we’ve confirmed to be recycled. I did remove the names and titles for purposes of this letter, as we’ve found more names and digging deeper into this mess. I’ve removed other information, too. Some of this I’m still working on, so will update as possible.
. 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
For all your scam-reporting needs.
Okay, not all. But it’s a start.
I’ve had people emailing and asking where to start if they were to report or even start looking for these issues themselves.
It’s pretty obvious that the scammers out there don’t understand that the value in creativity.
I mean, they get pissy if you even suggest they’re doing something wrong. Spoiler alert: They are.
Those of us who value creativity, whether we’re creators of it or consumers or both, understand the value. We get how boring the world would be if all things were the same.