I had to remove the AARP post

I had to remove the AARP post as the advertisers for AARP was threatening me with legal action.

 

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  • tammy January 19, 2021, 14:04

    meh… David Sheridan is likely just some manager at Swagbucks who has to make sure his client’s logo aren’t posted anywhere. He certainly doesn’t work for AARP and I doubt AARP would support his harsh criticism or his nasty tone when you were promoting AARP. In fact, you may want to send an email to AARP and let them know that his tone was out of line since you were promoting his client’s services. He won’t send another nasty gram like that and AARP may even thank you because you have a large viewing base and it certainly isn’t good PR for them for some desk clerk to be issuing idle threats.

    • Ms. B. January 19, 2021, 16:29

      It certainly is odd especially since I don’t have any advertising on the blog, in fact, I gave them free advertising by mentioning the deal. No harm, no foul.

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