Since VOJF / Adlife Marketing Brought This Up

The following Letter was sent to Squarespace Inc. on Jan. 10,2017 regarding their “Terms of Service” and the abuse of. I initially wasn’t going to bother sharing this, but since the blog at VOJF / Joel Albrizio / Adlife Marketing decided to write a snarky post and make reference to Oscar and the letter, I’ve reconsidered.

Keep in mind the VOJF blog is supposedly being written by a “stay at home mother” and “concerned citizen of Jupiter Fl”.. Also keep in in mind the following facts.

  1. The image of Jessica Langston has been discovered to be an image from ShutterStock photo, thanks to DieTrollDie for this great find.
  2. It is strongly suspected that Jessica Langston is none other than Joel Albrizio. Yes, a man pretending to be a woman, whom is apparently too thin skinned and spineless to post on his own behalf.
  3. We have in our possession more than one instance of an IP address located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island sending emails to my client base and other associates.

In fact, the VOJF blog is an attempt to stifle Mr. Krausankas’ right to free speech. We believe that the perpetrator of this campaign of harassment is either Joel Albrizio, the subject of  negative articles written by my client on his website, or someone connected to Mr. Albrizio.

The blog is being further used as an instrument of tortious interference because an alias named “Jessica Langston” has been actively posting and emailing links of this blog in a campaign to damage my client’s personal and business relationships. This is not a case where someone legitimately or organically finds the blog on their own or through a legitimate referral. Quite simply, the Squarespace blog is being used as an instrument in a personal, tortious smear campaign.

We believe that this account owner has flagrantly violated numerous articles of the Acceptable Use Policy in Squarespace’s Terms of Service:

Item 2.2 – Don’t send altered, deceptive or false source-identifying information, including without limitation phishing or spoofing.
Item 3.1 – Don’t do anything that’s false, fraudulent, inaccurate or deceiving.
Item 3.2 – Don’t impersonate another person, company or entity.
Item 3.3 – Don’t engage in misleading or unethical marketing or advertising
Item 6.1 – Don’t do or post anything threatening, harassing, abusive, excessively violent, offensive, sexually explicit or obscene.
Item 6.2 – Don’t advocate bigotry or hatred against any person or group based on their race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual preference, age or disability.

I would add that having known Mr. Krausankas personally and professionally for a number of years, I am personally aware that he and his family enjoy an excellent reputation in the Jupiter community so that it would be extremely unlikely that this negative campaign generated spontaneously from someone in Jupiter at the same time as the negative article was published.

Then entire Letter is below:

So not does VOJF post about this, there is also this seemingly bogus comment, with eerily familiar initials…hmmm very interesting..

One can plainly see in the above Squarespace letter, that “insults” were never mentioned, I can take insults, seems to me the man acting as a woman has an issue with insults.

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