Been keeping up?
People who seen fit to violate the anti-cybersquatting consumer protection act, hosting a domain in my name, which I shut down before they moved it to Iceland, and spend countless unpaid (or are they paid?) hours posting half truths, and mostly downright falsities regarding my life.
In some way, their diagnose-able obsession with me has actually helped me gain new clients who approach me with “if you don’t piss people off you are doing something wrong” logic.
In another, they cost my company a projected $80,000 in revenue, facts which I have proven in court thus far and gained ex-parte restraining orders.
I have since spent countless hours, dollars, and efforts away from my family in order to serve these middle aged woman and their linguistically impeded henchman.
Hours of my life that I will never get back, hours of my life wasted on people who won’t answer their door.
I was granted service by publication in all 3 cases, which I was told I had to pay for.
I could think of better things to spend $300 dollars on average on, than serving these miscreants.
See, you need the publication, then the weekly postings, then an affidavit from the company, all pretty costly, and tiring.
On the plus side, harassment of my family and I has seemed to come to a screeching halt.
A peace well deserved, and thus far enjoyed.
So why drop the cases?
My wife and I are expecting our second child, and my money and time could best be spent preparing for that.
I am taking the high road, and letting their obsession with me fizzle out like a flame in the wind.
Will they stop? Probably not.
That is why tomorrow, I will stand before the judge and dismiss the orders without prejudice, so that in the future, if need be, I can re-open the cases.
I am still forming my lawsuit against them for monetary damages, which will be filed by midsummer.
Another key thing to remember is every court case I have been involved in since I have “went to war” with these types, I have won in some form or another.
So heed my final warning, move on, and focus on you and yours.
It feels good to let go, and finally focus on what matters.
Here is a hint — it isn’t Twitter.