Below is an ongoing list of people we’ve “banned” due to their dishonest behavior, in an effort to warn other agencies out there, or for as long as it takes for the behavior to cease… hopefully others planning to do business with these individuals can discover some of their misdeeds by doing a quick Google search.
“Truth is generally the best vindication against slander.”
― Abraham Lincoln
 people have successfully removed themselves from this list by stopping their behavior. Thank you! :)
Here are a few easy ways to stay off this list:
1. Do not harass us. If you are not our customer or a potential customer, do not stalk or harass us via phone, email, or social media to receive “free” technical support for WordPress. If you are not our customer, we do not owe you anything. Please do not contact us. Our contact page is NOT a free support channel. Likewise, do not spam our email addresses or add us to your mailing list trying to sell us your services, which is illegal and against the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003.
2. Do not slander us. We have no problem with critical feedback or suggestions, it is a major part of the open web and open source software. But if you want to publicly defame us because you are jealous, angry, a competitor, or otherwise, we are going to expose your behavior immediately and name you.
Okay: “I don’t like LittleBizzy products. They really suck!”
Not okay: “LittleBizzy sexually harassed me and gave my website viruses.”
And yes, in case you’re wondering, this has actually been said before. Some people are just too bitter and jealous of our success, apparently.
3. Do not extort us. We have contributed 50+ free WordPress plugins to the community free of charge. This does not give you any right to try and extort us into adding plugin features that you wish to see. We will not make any “deals” with scammers, but we WILL expose you on our website.
David Agosta, artproducts.net
Scott Gilbert, scottsmoneymachines.com
Lori Minor, woorider.com
Courtney Schwartz, courtneyschwartz
Dalton Rowe, daltonrowe, Yellowberri
Michael Paul Bourne
Karl Simanonok, simanonok.com
Stephen Canning, dv8info, DV8 Creative
Rik Schnabel, rikschnabel, Life Beyond Limits
Radley Sustaire, radgh
Adrian Taropa (Webtemple/TD Labs, Toronto
Corey Kretsinger (Midstate Design
Lars Bøgild Thomsen
James Pond, madpony.co (spam/support team abuse)
Just in Boston (@tneveu)
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"Before moving to LittleBizzy, whenever our news website was featured on the Drudge Report, it often slowed to a crawl or even froze up during big traffic spikes. Now, that never happens anymore, and we've been able to focus on publishing more articles instead of worrying about our web hosting."Steve G.
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