So, Steve Jobs ordered from me today. Apparently, he didn’t die. Instead, he moved to one of those countries which no one is allowed to mention for the sake of political correctness. - You know, the ones refugees walk around rather than trust in their neighborly hospitality when there’s a war at home.
It also seems that Steve Jobs has had a hard time of it recently. Apparently, he needs his entire ICO website content creating, but can only afford to pay $30. i.e. For the price of 1 x 500 - word article, Stevie Baby needs a minimum of 8. Things must be bad, as he also needs a new pair of glasses. I mean, I do state explicitly that I do not curate content for ICOs.
Naturally, I’ve said " sorry Steve, I just can’t help you with this," and requested cancellation. However, Steve isn’t responding, despite being online. In this case, in 16-hours, I will likely be hit for the 4th time over the course of the past 60-days, with a late delivery penalty, and a cancellation penalty.
Now as it’s Christmas, I’m not going to bitch and moan too much. However, I have had a rather novel idea. You see, I hate ICO scams and this is what Steve is peddling here. In this case, I’m considering doing a writeup on my own site, detailing just how awful Steve’s new project is. I would not be contacting Steve in any way. However, because of my SEO superpowers, I have no doubt that he will eventually stumble upon my writeup. When he does, he might even complain to Fiverr.
Given the above, my question is simple. Would I be breaking TOS by running Steve Jobs through by ICO entrepreneur shredder? Or would Fiverr recognize my right fo free speech, coupled with the fact that Steve’s recent actions have actually undermined my own buiness?
Lastly, my buyer uses a Steve Jobs profile picture but not the Steve Jobs username. In this case, try not to panic and assume that I have broken TOS already.