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Christopher Caudle likes to get more publicity for Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano
by Rudolf Faix Friday, September 18, 2015 7:21 AM

Christopher Caudle does not understand until now that the article "Scammer Wesley Jon Pollard - outoftheboxsolutions.weebly.com - dexterity-leads.com - rollingdice.in" is a free expression of my opinion and not an accusation. The difference gets found in the expression "can be". My opinion in this case is based on Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano's accepted and confirmed recommandation from Wesley Jon Pollard at her LinkedIn profile. This recommendation got found on August 25, 2015 on both LinkedIn profiles - Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano and Wesley Jon Pollard. With other words I have only used something to build my opinion what both had written and published in their own profile. If they had published some wrong information then they are guilty by themselves.

Here get the part cited, which Christopher Caudle likes to have removed from my blog. I have made only the "can be" bold to show that it only my opinion and I have added in the brackets the pdf download of the LinkedIn profile from Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano to show that this part is only a copy and paste):

Another partner in crime can be Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano (LinkedIn profile Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano.pdf (686.21 kb)). Wesley Jon Pollard has given her a recommendation beginning with the words “Maria was recently appointed Director with us due to certain qualities she can bring on board that benefit our clients from all around the world ….”. This shows that she has been a director and a decision maker in the organization of Wesley Jon Pollard.

Maria was recently appointed Director with us due to certain qualities she can bring on board that benefit our clients from all around the world. She came highly recommended by a present client who had previously worked very closely with her.

She is very detailed orientated, committed and hard working when it comes to getting clients what they need and always places their first, addressing areas that other brokers cannot offer.

Very unique in many ways, we are very delighted to have Maria on board as a director and look forward to seeing her career being even more successful with us.

Here is a screenshot from the received and accepted recommendations at Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano's LinkedIn profile (content from August 25, 2015):

Screenshot showing recommendations Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano received at LinkedIn

My opinion is that someone is not trustful if he accepts a recommendation because he is thinking it helps in business and if it comes to problems then he is rejecting the content of the recommendation. The reader has in this case the free choice in which part the lie gets found – the recommendation or the reject of the recommendation. Such a behavior can get compared with a flag spinning in the wind.

Christopher Caudle likes to impress in the following letter with a maudlin story and false interpretation of the law. He even addressed the letter wrong to the registrar Network Solutions, LLC. Already this fact shows his misunderstanding of the Internet structures and law interpretation.

Network Solutions, LLC can only take action with respect to a particular domain registration pursuant to (i) a request from the current domain name registrant; (ii) the terms of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”) issued by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”), the international regulatory body that oversees the administration of domain names; or (iii) an order from a court or arbitral tribunal of competent jurisdiction.

Additional is the fact that under the U.S. Communications and Decency Act, an Internet Service Provider or Web host is immune from liability for the content posted on a website by a customer and therefore, neither a registrar nor its affiliates would be a party to any potential court, arbitral or regulatory proceedings. This fact shows his misunderstanding of the law situation too.

The next failure he made is that he is writing that he is "representing Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano" and there is no additional power-of-attorney document attached. Something like that can get written from everybody and everybody can value the content how he likes.

At the beginning of this article I have already explained that the content is only cited from the LinkedIn profiles of Ma Eliza Reyes Reburiano and Wesley Jon Pollard. My opinion about the content of the citation with “can be” is nothing else than something "it may be" or "it maybe not". There is nothing where I have written that it is a fact. The fact is only the cited content of the LinkedIn profiles.

One of the fundamental rights in the civilized world is the freedom of expression. There are also countries available where the Internet gets censored. If someone prefers such a living would it be better for him to relocate to such a country. But I'm not sure if he will be able to help in censoring the opinion of others and the Internet.

The letter from Christopher Caudle to Network Solutions, LLC:

Screenshot letter from Christopher Caudle to Network Solutions, LLC page 1

Screenshot letter from Christopher Caudle to Network Solutions, LLC page 2

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