Hmm – defamation suits are usually based on something untrue aren't they?If the letter below had any validity then why would it appear from screen captures that Rebel Scholar updated the photo of their Door Gods case on their web site? Maybe it's just my eyes.
From: REBEL SCHOLAR – CORPORATE <email@example.com>
Date: July 30, 2009 3:02:45 AM EDT
To: Larry Greenberg
Subject: Defamation Claim Suit: REBEL SCHOLAR vs. Larry Greenberg
Our legal team has closely monitored your post on: http://www.geardiary.com/2009/07/23/rebel-scholar-was-i-duped/
and has found your review unacceptable. In your post, you compare the product in the box to the picture on the site, and the title of your post further substantiates a malicious attempt to defame REBEL SCHOLAR without proper justification/replication of the lighting environment/equipment used to take the picture.
We also back up our claim with the following defamation claim: " … Why the company chooses to display an image that looks 100 times clearer and brighter that what’s actually on the case baffles me. Actually it doesn’t. They simply want to sell cases, and making them look as good as they possibly can is in their best interest."
We will pursue further legal action if you do not remove your post immediately.