People may have to RIGHT CLICK > VIEW IMAGE to see it not so squished.
"Can you please remove your site from Google?" I am laughing so hard right now. And they threatened to sue...
Was that to you?
Oh dear, someone seems to have taken a complete step out of reality ....
Now wouldn't it be fun to forward that along to Google...?
That's hilarious. They don't have a leg to stand on, and if they can't optimise their site better, that's their problem. They don't even deserve the decency of a reply.
Why did you block out the from details? I would love to see the rest of it.
They didn't even offer you money
No, it wasn't to me!
I saw it at another site and I thought it was so damn funny I just had to share it with my fellow hubbers.
If it was to me I would have given them my contact details so their lawyer could get in touch and thus begin a drain on their finances.
LMAO! That's classic. I like their style.
Now, would the rest of you please delete your Hubs so that mine can rank higher on HubPages? I'm asking nicely now, but if you don't comply, I'll sue you all under Section 2 of the "I suck" act of 1983.
That's classic reminds me of the time I got a threatening email from some hoser on eBay who was going to sue me for leaving negative feedback for the broken item he sent me.
He actually sent me an email and a letter from some homemade letterhead stationary with a lawyers name and address on top, the best part was he misspelled ATTORNEY and used only one T!!!
Are there really such stupid people out there or are they just pretending?
GOOD ONE DARK EYES!! produces
If you read CAREFULLY he said that the website uses keyword that has nothing to do with the real content of the page. Then this would be keyword stuffing scheme which is like SPAM but within the SEO world and then yes someone has the right to notify google.
Seeing that the person is threatening to sue I don't think they've got a grip on the real world. So it would be a matter of believing their opinion whether or not the site that is performing better than theirs is dominating a keyword that's not relevant to their keyword.
Indeed, if they are keyword stuffing, then contacting Google would work far better than contacting the alleged perpetrator.
He may sue if this keyword is a trademark or something like that but I guess he would have mentioned that point. So yes he's threatening, but that's usual in the business world, you can always try to intimidate the other guy it doesn't cost anything: I've been threatened myself in the past for domain names I deposited. I told them I knew the law but that I won't compete with them and after that they proposed me to buy the domains
It's always preferable for both parties to try to solve the issue without refering to some arbitrage which can be lengthy.
Opened the thread hoping for some advice
This is good though - a laugh is always appreciated too!
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