29 Nov SkaDate Under Attack; Google+ Hangout Call
Dear current and prospective SkaDate Dating Software owners,
It has recently come to our attention that our company and product became subject to malicious attacks by an unfair competitor. The attacks usually manifest in the form of fake software reviews and false testimonials.
We have already dealt with a similar issue two years ago, and the current attack follows exactly same pattern, employs same tactics, while most reviews and testimonials are word-for-word re-posts of the two-year old comments. (Click here to read Skalfa CEO’s response to the initial attack).
Luckily, most fake reviews are fairly easy to spot, since they are usually accompanied by borderline-ridiculous accusations linking SkaDate to international terrorism and drug trafficking. However, less experienced users might still be confused with misleading, outdated, or obviously false information.
To deal with this situation once and for all, and also to continue our strive for more transparency and better client relations, we are going to hold regular weekly Google+ Hangouts (live video chat) with current and prospective clients, hosted by Skalfa CEO Emil Sarnogoev.
Everyone is encouraged to join and use this opportunity to ask Emil any questions about our company, SkaDate dating script, future plans, etc., or indeed to share criticism or concerns about our service and product first-hand.
In addition, we are actively inviting owners of software review websites and forums that featured fake testimonials to also join our Hangouts. Furthermore, we’d be really glad if the authors of the questionable posts answered our call as well. (Click here to learn more about Google+ Hangouts).
The first SkaDate Hangout will take place before the end of the year, so keep an eye on our blog and/or front page for a special notification and a definite schedule. Let’s improve our cooperation and battle the unfair competition together!