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Discuss your Epik Experience!

Located in Domain Marketplace Reviews, started by dande, Jul 24, 2019

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  1. Bertrell

    Bertrell Top Contributor VIP

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    If you have your account set up with 2FA, when you login (after you enter your username and password) you get asked for your code (it's a security feature) If the wrong code is entered, then access is not granted.

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    I use Authy to generate my 2FA codes, not Google Authenticator. One day, I'd like to see the text in the prompt changed, as not everyone uses Google Authenticator.
     
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  2. NameDeck

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    Yes they can be a pain to deal with. Can't live with them, can't live without them :)

    I don't use Epik much actually as beside their pricing and support there's not much exceptionally special going on, from the registrar side of their business.

    They're just ok. And that's fine. I would love them to succeed but they really should consider getting an outsider involved to work on/fix their PR issues. This isn't gonna end well if they continue down this path.

    Anyway, I transferred the domains to Dyna instead. Now back to finding some gems, great advice indeed ;)
     
  3. Intelliname

    Intelliname Lifting people up is what we do... Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    It is going to be a great week for truth bombs! I am so looking forward to it. Already get to watch as PayPal literally uses a guy named "The Binder", who thinks he is a Celtic God, to convey messaging through Mashable and social media posts that we are involved in tax evasion and money laundering.

    Because that is what Big Tech companies do when they have a $250 billion market cap right? They don't use public statements or official correspondence with their customers. They hire journalists who host shows (literally) called DOOMED, and then leak statements from the company and others "close to the source" who say we are racist, unhinged, tax evading, and money launderers, so they can maintain some form of separation in the event they have to backtrack. But they have absolutely no bias I am sure - because any bias by the media or Big Tech has been thoroughly debunked. Just read the articles - they have reinforced this point several times now. For some reason, they think that if they write it enough, everyone will actually believe it.

    Maybe you should be asking what technology Epik is working on, that would warrant this type of aggression and possible backlash to PayPal itself. There is much at stake, and they are ready to throw it all at the wall in support of their efforts for digital centralization. Epik is a shield, and on a frontline that some may be taking for granted. They can repeat their narratives all they like about us being a home for Nazis, chauvinists, racists, and hate. Just look at how they have framed us in these initial two articles. This isn't about servicing conservative clients as a political organization though. Anyone who has experienced Epik's legendary service levels, or Rob Monster's endless levels of charity and kindness, will already know this to be true. This is about facilitating delivery of the truth in whatever form it may take, and the creation of resilient services and content distribution networks to protect and preserve it. Epik isn't a political company, it is a champion of responsible free speech. It is the "unbiased" machine of a handful of monopolies that has tried to conflate otherwise, by telling everyone we are the home for "right wing violence and hatred". They can't write an article about Epik without leading with it in their headlines.

    I am not sure what to think that more people in this particular community are not finding all of this highly suspicious, but given the ruthless nature of the personal attacks here, I can't blame you. I would say though for the dozen or so voices positioned to attack Epik day and night - some who have posted negative information 30+ times here in the last five days alone to bury our updates - we have tens of thousands of encouragements and direct communications coming in to offer support. The letters to PayPal alone have now been read millions of times, and the added content regarding the SPLC and GoDaddy is also starting to bust their media gates. The letters to PayPal were not constructed as political rants with no purpose. They were crafted knowing that given the arrogance of their executives believing they were in an untouchable position, that they would publish them underestimating the impact they would have.

    That is the challenge with drinking too much of your own Kool-Aid when you exist as a monopoly. After a while, you tend to forget that you were the ones who originally made it. At least PayPal is trying to evolve, and as of this evening, reframing their flawed narrative as a "digital currency" issue. They discovered the images they fed their attack dogs were not actually related to our service provisions or against any law, so now they must adapt to save face and marginalize legal liabilities.

    Some new coverage for you in case you missed it:

    https://www.theverge.com/paypal-cuts-ties-domain-registrar-epik-digital-currency-gab

    https://mashable.com/article/epik-domain-names-paypal-proud-boys/


    The truth is, they have no idea what Masterbucks even is, but this was never about that anyway. There was not even ever any prior mention of Masterbucks in ANY of the correspondence we had with PayPal. It was irrelevant for their client accounts, because it is nothing more than an instore credit tool, that will let our customers have the option to use their proceeds across a host of new products and services built for domain investors. Uniregistry was literally in the Cayman Islands to take advantage of processing for tax advantages, and you are going to believe that we are breaking the law because of ad copy used from a GoDaddy sponsored SwapFest promotion that was active in two major industry shows from 2010-2012? You can't even make this stuff up. I am actually disappointed that our super sleuths and the beautiful minds trying to harm Epik here are instead not doing real detective work. You are missing the best parts of the story!

    I can't even count the number of retailers who have been guided by their agencies to create branded credit currencies, and to position them to encourage retail use to drive instore purchases back for both the organizers and their partners. It is called retention, and in our case, all we ever wanted to do was maximize the opportunities that our friends and customers have to get the most from their domain investing. Even our own online "currency" was actually just a step in to the retail deals we are signing this quarter for gift certificates. Here were some of our mock drafts as we begin to work with card companies:

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    Eventually all our correspondence is going to come out, and then all of the people driving professional hate will be exposed. Right now everything being posted by those attempting to slander us is unequivocally false. PayPal wanted to take over ALL of our merchant operations, and literally offered us $500,000 at the start of 2020 to help facilitate project and transitional costs. They wanted to try and integrate us into their Big Tech "club", and when we refused, the relationship disintegrated pretty quickly and other factors were brought to light regarding their intentions and the influences involved. Some of the leading organizations in the industry that are quick to criticize us have actually spent the summer trying to BUY US, and Rob Monster has refused, as he cares too much for our customers and service duty to simply walk away. Beware of who you trust in these forums, as many have alternative motives.

    For the record: the last conversation and human interaction we had with PayPal, was with their CEO's executive team on June 2nd on his direct behalf, and that was centered solely on anti-competition issues related to their private relationships with GoDaddy and a specific staff/board member. They were afraid we were going to file a lawsuit against them, so they were trying to damage control it and make sure that we were happy. They could be raided today, and would not be able to produce one piece of correspondence showing any evidence of contact with Epik regarding claims of "financial risk". Certainly there has never been even a single piece of correspondence where they have mentioned Masterbucks. Do you think we would go from tax evasion and money laundering to delivering 350 copies of the FTC/DOJ pre-complaint to PayPal and GoDaddy because we were up to no good? Rob Monster has and continues to do more for this industry than any other individual I have met in twenty years.

    Yet the Mashable news story literally states "The payment processor attempted to work with Epik to fix the situation before terminating the domain registrar’s PayPal account last weekend." They attempted to work with the money launderers and the tax evaders? Don't you think if they had attempted to "work with Epik", that we would adapt and accept their input if it was related to financial risk reduction? Unlike PayPal, Epik will have no problem posting the real emails and correspondence between our offices. Everything PayPal is suggesting, and now promoting through third party media sources, is simply an attempt to muddy the water to protect themselves.

    There are a dozen examples of how deluded they are in the initial Mashable article alone. There are a few though that should stick out heavily just as common sense, but here is a great one as clear indicator:

    The headline of "Home to Proud Boys Domain". - Remember this domain name officialproudboys.com was loaded up with emailed threats that told Democrats they were going to be harmed if they didn't vote for Trump. It was all over the news for three days, and had some horrific mistakes and inconsistencies, so several news sources took it down because it left an awkward trail. It targeted regions that the DNC knew could be used on look backs if they lost, to prop up demographic arguments and the impact on overall voting counts. The DNI and FBI then said it was an Iranian terrorist op. The domain was then transferred from where it was being supported by IONOS/Google and came to Epik without our knowledge on October 21st (after the attacks were over). By the 23rd, it was the headline story in the piece that included quotes from PayPal and other "sources" that we were money laundering and tax evaders. I don't care how you feel about Epik - this abuse is typical, common, and happening to many people in this country. It is the very reason that Epik fights the battles it does. There are few real facts and very little integrity left in the media today, and their motivations and capacity for personal targeting are beyond abhorrent.

    I want you to also think about what it would take for a domainer and lawyer in this industry, who would absolutely know that this domain was only moved to Epik on the 21st (I showed him myself), yet he would still go around the Internet publishing references of money laundering and tweets exactly like this. Along with the attempt to conflate our company like we support terrorists AND racists:

    twitter(.)com/Berryhillj/status/1319604337946013700

    I am not sure I would be trusting my business to this man. If he does not have the sense or discernment to see that the domain on the 19th was at another location, he cannot be good at his job. Unless someone has employed him to spend hours a day from his legal practice attacking Epik.

    I promise you before this is over, everything will be made transparent regarding motivations.

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    I would invite everyone: spend time reading the three main letters (in PDF format at the bottom), along with the support resources and materials being assembled. We have several key pieces being published in the coming days, that will unquestionably provide more light on why it is so important that the members of this community and our industry take a stand.

    www.epik.com/paypal


    I am thankful for your kind attention, consideration, and for those who understand the Epik experience and difference - very appreciative for your business and friendships. Have a blessed start to your week, and may love, compassion and kindness for others light your way.

    - Robert Davis
     
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  4. jberryhill

    jberryhill Top Member John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq. PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Here's how you can tell that Robert Davis is lying about the ad copy for Masterbucks being related to the "SwapFest" promotion held in 2010-2012. And, anyone who thinks he is telling the truth, please, verify these facts on your own.

    The page in question started out looking like this. Here is the way it looked in 2012:

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    The page started by claiming Masterbucks transactions qualified for "like kind exchanges" under Section 1031 of the IRS code. Some of you may remember that Rob was still promoting that falsehood well into 2019.

    In fact, here is Rob Monster's Namepros post from 2019 touting that falsehood:

    https://www.namepros.com/threads/if...-wasting-time-and-money.1119508/#post-7079390

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    So, first things first, Rob was promoting his "in-store-credit" as a medium of exchange which he (falsely) claimed qualified for tax-exempt treatment LAST YEAR - right here on this forum, consistent with the ad copy on that page, and having nothing to do with SwapFest. That's Rob Monster talking to Namepros users in 2019 - not Swapfest back in 2010-2012.

    The other reason you know that Robert Davis is lying is to take a look at how the Masterbucks page changed well after 2012 (and thus long after the last SwapFest).

    In 2014, new language about capital gains and income tax advantages in "brokered sales transactions" was ADDED to the Masterbucks roster of tax benefits:

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    Now, Robert Davis is claiming that the page in question was a promotional page for the 2010-2012 SwapFest. But if the last SwapFest was in 2012, why did Epik put NEW copy on the page in 2014 talking about "brokered sales" and referring to the "income and capital gains tax treatment of these transactions"?

    Was there a SwapFest in 2014? No.

    Were the SwapFest exchanges "brokered sales"? No.

    But Robert Davis is claiming that the page in question was a promotion for something which ended in 2012 - and which promotion they UPDATED IN 2014. Ummm.... sure.

    And, finally, there is a THIRD reason you know that Robert Davis is lying, and that is by having a look at what Rob Monster himself had to say in 2015:

    https://onlinedomain.com/2015/06/26/domain-name-news/epik-com-gets-a-new-user-interface/

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    As Rob Monster himself pointed out in that blog comment:

    "EpikBucks was rather different, used for a narrow purposes of allow participants in SwapFest (2010 - my how time flies) to exchange domains."

    And, as Rob Monster himself points out, the EpikBucks, used for the SwapFest event Davis is talking about are different from Masterbucks, because with Masterbucks:

    "They are fully redeemable to cash."


    I will briefly explain why this is important to Davis. There is an exception to many money-transmitter license regulations involving stored-value cards which can be used as store credit only (i.e. gift cards).

    However, as the Epik crew is going to discover later in their adventure, there is a huge difference between a store "gift card" which has a stored value that can be spent on goods at the store, and a medium of exchange - in which CUSTOMERS of the store may transfer balances to one another. That's where the problem arises. Trying to camoflauge a medium of exchange among multiple parties as a store gift card is not going to work out well in the long run.

    Also, Davis mentions my former client Uniregistry. Indeed, Uniregistry was founded in 2014 in Cayman, where the Schillings had become residents a decade earlier. When the Uniregistry market system was built out, indeed, Uniregistry like others in the industry received inquiries from regulators prompted by concerns raised by Escrow.com.

    There's nothing wrong with Escrow.com raising such concerns. They have a significant investment in their licenses to do the transactions which they provide, the insurance they carry, the various state bond requirements, and so on. But rather than become combative, Uniregistry hired specialist financial counsel to (a) address the concerns of the regulators, and (b) help Uniregistry understand the regulations to clearly delineate what sorts of transactions required outside licensed escrow services and what sorts of transactions (and applicable terms) did not. In fact, upon learning that others in the industry had received similar inquiries, I referred them - including Epik - to the same counsel which Uniregistry hired.

    Incidentally, that's why I know that the "store gift card" thing is not going to fly as a medium of exchange.

    And that's what a professional organization does when it has a specialized problem - it hires a specialized problem solver. A few weeks back, my water heater sprung a leak and died. Now, I'm handy with tools. I can do simple plumbing hookups and have several degrees in electrical engineering. I could totally install a water heater if I had to. The thing is, I'll probably sell this house some day, and I would also like to make sure the warranty on my water heater is valid in case something goes wrong. So, I hired a licensed and insured professional to do something that, sure, as a practical matter I could do myself.

    So, Epik lost a payment method this week. Rather than attempting to solve the problem - at all - on behalf of its customers; and rather than hiring a specialist to fix whatever the problem might be; they are having a top executive make mouth-foaming allegations about political bias, and post lame-ass and readily-disproven falsehoods to a web forum.

    And that's just sad.
     
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  5. jberryhill

    jberryhill Top Member John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq. PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I forgot to mention an entirely different avenue, if Epik would prefer to solve their Paypal issue by grandstanding (although, quite frankly, I think they are simply using the whole affair as a publicity vehicle).

    Public companies have an obligation to base their decisions on profitability, and not the personal peccadilloes of those who run them. Leaving aside the obvious point that Peter Thiel, the founder of Paypal, was a major 2016 GOP and Trump donor, if you want to put pressure on a public corporation because you believe management is making misguided decisions, the traditional way to do that is by buying at least $2000 in shares (for Paypal that's around 10 shares), and then putting forth a shareholder proposal on the topic:

    http://theshareholderactivist.com/shareholder-activism-spotlight/what-is-a-shareholder-proposal/

    Some typical uses of shareholder proposals are to address issues with management compensation, change shareholder voting rights, focus on a policy related to a social or environmental issue, or to advocate for corporate charitable contributions.

    But, I somehow doubt that Epik is as interested in exploring the full range of options for addressing their problem than they are in obtaining publicity and free advertising out of the "controversy".
     
  6. jberryhill

    jberryhill Top Member John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq. PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    And, if I could make one other constructive suggestion, Rob. Make sure that you have a license to modify when you use commercial stock images:

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  7. Intelliname

    Intelliname Lifting people up is what we do... Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    I think you have conveniently and strategically ignored near every significant point in my post, as you conflate pictures and text almost in majority six years and older to try and make a case that is flatly not correct. We have emails and screen shots from PayPal, you are doing detective work on archive sites to serve your own manipulative cognitive bias. What you are not addressing says much more than what you are. Especially given you trotting around site to site publishing misleading information with the intent to harm.

    I appreciate you are used to defending criminals John, but PayPal had never even heard of Masterbucks. None of the correspondence references it, and it was never the basis for a single discussion. Ever. I know you don't care about this, as it does not fit your narrative construction. You have left out two dozen issues - including your own choice to actively publish falsehoods to deceive the public just this week, in an attempt to directly link Epik with terrorists and racists. I admire though your tenacity to be available day and night to try and stay ahead of this, given your prior stated absolute disconnection with the parties involved. Your ruthlessness and willingness to try and destroy individuals and organizations at any cost must be a handy skill to those with the taste to utilize it.

    New article out I am sure you will like:

    https://socialbarrel.com/paypal-terminated-epiks-account/127290/

    Of course, it had to tell everyone first that we were known to provide services to Neo-Nazis, along with the caveat that we never respond to reports of illegal activities on our sites. Because that somehow is completely normal and acceptable behavior in the world and perspective you want to live in.

    Here are some examples of me personally "not responding" to reported activities on our sites:

    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 1
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 2
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 3
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 4
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 5
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 6
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 7
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 8
    Zero Tolerance – Epik Combating Racism Example 9

    We have to write more of them than most, because individuals exactly like you seem to enjoy running around the Internet spreading disinformation regarding Epik being a safe haven for hate.

    What would you possibly have to gain from any of it?
     
  8. Intelliname

    Intelliname Lifting people up is what we do... Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    You are not a kind man or a professional John. May all of your deceptions be brought into the light.

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  9. jberryhill

    jberryhill Top Member John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq. PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I do civil disputes, and do not do criminal defense.

    But it's always interesting to learn that there are people who are hostile to the Constitution of the United States.

    Do you know that the Bill of Rights does not entitle you to a domain registrar, but it DOES entitle anyone charged with a crime to an attorney?

    There was one profession important enough to be included in the Bill of Rights, and it wasn't yours.

    Why do you hate the Constitution?

    Quote me where I said they did.

    As I had said previously, there are a number of things about which one might regularly receive routine inquiries, if one is engaged in facilitating an online marketplace. Financial service institutions have reporting requirements that are triggered by patterns of payments into, and out of, merchants. A payment processor does not have to have heard of Masterbucks, or know the particulars of any other in-house accounting scheme, in order to have their alarms triggered by how and from whom money goes in, and how and to whom money comes out.

    Quote me.

    So, I guess we’ll take it as conceded that the Masterbucks page, modified in 2014 and explained by Rob in 2015, was not the EpikBucks used in SwapFest. Correct?
     
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  10. tonyk2000

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    It appears that Epik did not (yet?) hire a professional third party legal counsel to resolve the issue. As he would have instructed Epik to stop making extra public statements to begin with....
     
  11. Intelliname

    Intelliname Lifting people up is what we do... Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    Incorrect John. The concept of EpikBucks/Masterbucks was originally rooted in Rob Monster wanting to help domain owners who were being hit hard by economic downturns, allowing them a platform by which they could organize exchanges, trades, or multi-party deals. The exchange element was underutilized to start with, was focused almost entirely on illiquid names that had no real chance of sale or recognizing a commercial value, and kept afterwards in part as a hopeful expectation that it could have been someday revisited. Eventually it was repurposed. The ad copy and evolution of it over several years - flawed or not - represented adaptation concepts for an inactive program that was largely left in incubation. Even some of the screenshots reflect literal beta versions that went through various edits and adaptations, that were not actually employed or utilized for their original intended uses. Epik to this day has dozens of projects, tools, resources, and future brands under incubation, and many forms and variations on some of them, as they represent different stages of programming integration and QA reviews. None of them have the slightest bearing on PayPal's stated intentions here, or reflect their actual handling actions versus the statements being positioned in the press. You are working to give them cover - knowingly or otherwise.

    Even the ridiculous positions of Mashable's "Celtic God" highlight a strain of the irony here. They position an image containing the words "tax advantage" from three years ago, and then highlight that it is gone in 2020, like it is damning evidence. The evolution of needed copy adjustments would have been an indication of an organization acting and working in good faith, not the smoking gun that they tried to make it out to be. There is an unprecedented amount of nonsense going on, regardless of how you may want to reshape it. The reality is, it is time to look at both PayPal and GoDaddy from the lens of an antitrust division. You are in a clear stage of denial if you believe that there is not a concentrated effort here to eliminate outside parties and interests that are not part of a centralized view for single source control of both media and narrative of the future. You are fighting the wrong battle, against individuals and an organization that care enough about this industry and the people within to put it all on the line.

    Your questions and cross examinations are helpful though. You have helped galvanize positions and expand clarity on quite a few points that could have been opportunistically utilized by PayPal to try and rewrite history, as they have already attempted to post-rationalize their actions. Bravo.

    They have put some real effort into trying to retake the narrative this weekend, as the content production, editorializing, and aggressiveness so far over a Saturday and Sunday is beyond normal.
     
  12. Grilled

    Grilled Black Lives Matter VIP

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    Where do you folks come up with these "Celtic God" nicknames?
    Factual?
    Or, Is this just another grade school bullying tactic, similar to the Sleepy Joe/Crooked Hilary playbook?

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  13. Intelliname

    Intelliname Lifting people up is what we do... Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    See how easy it is for you to come straight out the gate with character attacks?

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  14. Grilled

    Grilled Black Lives Matter VIP

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    More of a pun connected to his last name than anything else.
    Funny though how you don't refer to him as Matt Binder.
    "...PayPal literally uses a guy named "The Binder..."
    Why go after the journalist?
    For the record, his name is Matt Binder.
    Perhaps focus a little more on the content,
    and a little less on the Journalists and Johns.
     
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  15. lambo.com

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    Epik does it's part to promote free speech.

    Racism is meaningless without an agreed upon definition. White-Gentiles are the least racist yet the narrative is flipped to create the boogeyman there and not elsewhere among other groups.

    For me, racism correlates with pre-judging an individual by their tribe or race and/or not treating people from any tribe/ or race by the content of their character. Everyone deserves a fair shake, is that the antithesis to racism?

    Group distributions be what they are, individuals deserve equality of opportunity under a meritocratic system and bashing people with the 'racist' moniker is typically a low iq or emotionally charged action to manipulate.

    Genius is not equally distributed among groups, but is found among all races. Rejoice!

    (y)

    ps, the internet is equality of opportunity so raise your kids to be precocious!
     
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    Although @jberryhill pointed out some interesting issues with Masterbucks there is no evidence Masterbucks is in fact the reason they got booted, correct me if I'm wrong.

    We only get one side of the story here. And that is the Epik narrative. Hard to make a judgement based on the insanity they are spreading.

    Right or wrong, again this forum and other media they utilise gets filled with hate towards certain people and insane allegations without factual proof.
     
  18. lambo.com

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    Do you have any reason to believe they don't?
     
  19. TCK

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    That's not a good thing PR wise.

    @Intelliname, what is the goal here with these posts re PP? What is your endgame? Are you trying to take down PP?
     
  20. MasterOfMyDomains

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    This is what i see at the bottom of my landing page, still shows paypal :xf.eek:
    WE ACCEPT
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    This is what i see when i get to checkout of said name.


    • REVIEW YOUR SHOPPING CART
    • SELECT PAYMENT AND CONFIRM
    • CREDIT CARD
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    • OTHER CRYPTO
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    • BITCOIN
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    • ALIPAY
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    No Western Union, wire transfer or transferwise option. Why are those 3 options not displayed to buyer in checkout? Are they all still active forms of payment for buyer?
     
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  21. tonyk2000

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    Intelliname Lifting people up is what we do... Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    Unfortunate that Epik does not have the Paypal option anymore, overall Epik is a great service.
     
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    Is there any how to guide on masterbucks withdrawals for non us persons, please?
    also, what are the fees associated with each method.
     
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    Anyone else receiving phishing email purporting to be from "Epik Single Sign On", from this sender client at epic dot com, or client at epik dot com to their domains? I have received 22 so far, to info at mydomain dot ext. For some domains the email forwarding is set up at epik, but for others it is setup at their respective domain registrar or by other means. The originating IP starts with 158.51.*

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