2 ‘Secret Boston’ companies .com & .net, and things are getting ugly

Labeled as domains in Domain Industry News, started by Lox, Apr 14, 2021


  1. Lox

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    There are now two ‘Secret Boston’ companies, and things are getting ugly.

    After 10 years in the events business, Secret Boston has competition from a second "Secret Boston" and the multinational startup that runs it. Now, both companies are lawyering up.

    ... "The Immersive Experience” were sold by a company operating the website and posting on social media as “Secret Media Boston.” That company, the European-based Fever, is not affiliated with Secret Boston, the events-focused community that, since 2011, has been sharing advice on things to do in Boston.

    Michelle McCormack, the founder of the original Secret Boston, told she has been “inundated” with calls and emails for weeks from customers who worry they’ve been duped, saying they purchased tickets because they believed they were buying from an organization that has been plugged into the local events community for over a decade. People expressed confusion on Secret Boston’s Facebook page about the similar events, along with concerns that Fever (which also does business as Fever Up and Fever Labs) hadn’t named a location for “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” which is set to arrive in Boston this September. vs

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  2. clarkemarketing

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    Some people learn the hard way... never build a business on anything but .com
  3. LoodeX

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    Net is not top ....
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2021

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