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BANNED: Cavell Evenson (Slander, Defamation)

LittleBizzy is a small, independent business. We do not have thousands of dollars to spend on attorneys every single time someone tries to harass, defame, or scam our company. Instead, we simply add them to a public list of Banned Users. While some of these scammers claim to have been our customers in an attempt to hurt our reputation, the truth is that none of these people were ever our customers, who are protected by our strict Privacy Policy.

Category: slander, defamation

Continually slanders and defames our company and founder on public forums, trying to link us to various conspiracies and political stories. Apparently spends much of his free time “trolling” users on Reddit and trash talking, connecting seemingly random questions about WordPress to things like politics and trendy news articles he found on New York Times. *Sigh*

Unfortunately, Cavell took to slandering LittleBizzy on Reddit, too, for some reason. He also appears to be something of a Rank Math SEO defender, for some reason, despite their blatant fraud and spyware techniques that were revealed on the Reddit site itself.

Why does Evenson have so much time to defame us online? Because companies in New Zealand have refused to hire him. Interesting…

“I can’t even land an interview and I have been applying for marketing roles in Hawke’s Bay for well over a year. I have really strong experience in digital marketing as a consultant but also have four years experience in a company where I managed print and radio advertising, product launches, expos, sponsorship of national events. In those four years we managed to clean up in market share by increasing sales 10 fold. Then there’s my experience in strategic marketing – you know, marketing plans, positioning, new product development etc… Can’t get an interview. I began lowering my standards by even applying for entry level roles. Heard nothing. I then started emailing back the businesses that had let me know my application was unsuccessful. I was really worried that there was something very wrong on my CV’s that I hadn’t noticed. Nope. I would get replies saying there was nothing wrong with my CV and that they were confident I could do the job but due to the high quality of the applicants, my application was unsuccessful. I mean, many of those roles were entry level ones, just who am I competing against?”

Cavell Evenson

E.G. Web Design, Hastings, New Zealand

Wellington, New Zealand

Last modified:  22 Mar, 2019