Friday, 7 February 2014

You know you're doing something right when...

You know you're doing something right when the best the opposition can do is defame you. An "ad hominem" attack is always a sign of either having no argument, a lack of intelligence or being a crook. Most times all three.

This morning I received an email alerting me that someone had posted a comment on this blog entry about the fake "Hadley University". This was the "university" that was prepared to sell me a Doctorate in Nursing within a couple of weeks if I coughed up enough cash.

The email went like this:
"Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Hadley "University", yet another bogus establishme...":

what did you say about this ?"
The link in the comment goes to a blog entry on a blog created within the last few days that has just one entry. The blog is called "Truth About Richard Hariman" and is authored by "Real Fact".

It says:
"Richard Hariman is a  paid blogger. Who gets paid to publish and create different sort of blogs just to defame organizations. He charges $2000 for this service. His aim is just to confuse consumers to get the good and real things and education. Kindly do not publish his blogs and believe on him. He is a big big big liar."
Firstly, and most outrageously, this moron can't even spell my name correctly.

Secondly, is it possible that my new friends "Anonymous" and "Real Fact" are the same person who created an entirely fake law firm to threaten us a couple of years ago when we helped to expose "Headway University", yet another peddler of fake degrees?

Finally, given that this is the 1,103rd blog post I've made here, where the bloody hell is the $2,206,000 I'm owed?

Cash only please.

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