Dear Members of EarthChangesMedia.com,
I deeply regret to inform you that this website has come to its end. You likely remember when founder Mitch Battros made his plea for help last year, saying that he would be needing to close the site. I stepped in to help, and while the conditions of our agreement are confidential, I can tell you that I funded Mitch, the site, and the continued production of content to the site. Certain conditions were to be met in terms of content available to you, and they were not met. While that is unacceptable, Mitch has obviously gone a step further now. On February 4th, 2016 he made his last update, and since that time, has made no contributions to the website, and has not returned calls, emails, or physical snail mail.
Is he dead? Sick? Incapacitated? In Jail? Nope, he just decided he didn’t like our deal anymore, quit contributing to EarthChanges, and violated our very-standard non-competition agreement by creating a brand new website – ScienceofCycles.com – which I only discovered because he accidentally put me on the mailing list, soliciting donations to his NEW company.
Most importantly, he quit on you.
There is no way to get any of your money back, but if you paid for a membership in 2016 I will gladly transfer it to Suspicious0bservers.org (it’s a much better website anyway). If you would like this, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a username you would want to log in.
Feeling victimized? Me too. He didn’t exactly let me walk in the door for one dollar, and ’saving the site’ wasn’t cheap either. Live and learn… and apparently lose a lot along the way.
If you have further grievances please direct them to email@example.com and let me try to resolve the issue – please do not make reports or claims against EarthChanges because technically that will only hurt me now – Mitch is gone.
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