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It's an MMO opportunity not so cleverly disguised as a real factual newspaper report.
Where do I begin? Misrepresentation? False advertising?...
I thought crap like this had been brought to a halt, and only some bottom feeders must be idiots enough to do this.
Then I noticed the Alexa ranking of this respected NY Guardian "newspaper" : 13,827!
Wow, obviously well funded and organized operation driving several tens of thousands of visitors daily.
And getting them from supposedly clean and safe sources like Google News.
Please oh please somebody already clean the gutter of this filth and slime and make the Net clean again.
Crap like this burns for me for a couple of reasons.
First, the lives of vulnerable gullibles it destroys under this mask of respectability (Wow, a real newspaper report on MMO, must be legit!).
Second, the bad name it gives to all of us in the community who work on creating long term value for our markets.
Down with the scammers, I say . Is there a simple, not too consuming way for us to report junk like this to FTC or other authorities?
Apologies for the rant. Thanks for reading