Sunday, February 3, 2008

Stop Thieves!

Bad people ripping off other people's skins and clothes is rampant. I'm at a protest today at a nasty little store that is selling stolen skins and blatently using stolen ads from them. If you want to come down and join the protest. This is he Slurl.
Laynie of Layniewear made this protest skin and eyes. The horrific little cupid is a Fashcon freebie from Valentino. The hair is a Fashcon freebie from Bewitched and the pearl necklace is from Bonita Popinjay. Sorry no Slurls on those, I will properly blog them when protest is over.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There is almost a year, I create an account on second life, when creating my account I have not registered my real address because I had read in the press than 650 000 accounts had been hacked.
I do not want my real information fall into the wrong hands.

I started creating clothes and I start a business that works pretty well, besides that I was helping newcomers on a gateway region to learn the operation of second life, all for free, I even my creations often offered to newcomers.

After almost a year overnight and without warning my account became inaccessible, I send a ticket to ask what is going on and they replied that is an identity verification I am asked a copy of my ID card and my driving, I obey and shipments requested documents, I offer them even my most humble apologies for this oversight.
After months of waiting they just answer me that my account will not be re-activated and that all this constitutes a serious violation of their TOS.
They also tell me they did not reimburse me 98 000 linden dollars I had on my account without talking about my creations.

I denounce many things against Linden Lab, first they open their virtual world to everyone, simply leave a TOS in English which makes it incomprehensible to anglophobes, secondly, they can delete an account without any justification, and does not repay the sums involved, you'll tell me that everything stated in the TOS but the SWR is already incomprehensible to English speakers so imagine for anglophobes.

The policy of Linden Lab's "I shoot first and think later" it's funny but this mentality is true in many other areas ...