Anything which threatens our business is a threat to our customers. We've seen too many people in the last two months that we honestly propose knew in advance that they were going to issue chargebacks. That is nothing short of a malicious attack against our customers. We owe them to fight any and all attacks.
Our scarecrow seems to be flawed. We're not effectively scaring away "potential customers" who we can identify from far away as most likely to issue chargebacks, which steals from paying customers. We're in talks with debt collection agencies. If you just enjoy a fight and we look like fun to attack, it might be written to your credit soon. Leave our customers alone.
To be a force of good in the industry, to use our collective weight to impact positive change, sometimes we need to do things like this: https://accounts.mxroute.com/index.php?/status/9//
Apache zero day exploit: https://www.cve.org/CVERecord?id=CVE-2021-41773
Confirmed that our systems are not vulnerable.
Everyone deserves a voice. A chance to be heard. No one is owed an audience, but every audience deserves the choice of the voices they listen to. When government and corporations agree on what to censor, you're living in the culture people will later reference as an example of everything that can go wrong. Left, right, middle. Democrat, republican, socialist, communist. Your political leanings do not determine your worth as a customer of MXroute. Not even your spend rate. We're all equal.
We have a policy designed to scare off career spammers (not "my client spammed without my knowledge" or "I had a password compromise and my account was used to send spam without my consent"). The policy is to bill $1 per spam email sent, and terminate the account. The latest, we even suspected them and warned them in advance. They still did it. That makes them our new scarecrow. May they fly high and review loudly.
@jordanhansen Forgot to reply and say should have been resolved shortly after. Everyone hitting it was just whitelisted, best short term solution.
Legal content allowed, don't be a dick.