Just saw a post on Facebook of an unhappy buyer posting the full physical address and phone number of a buyer. Thoughts on this? I couldn't imagine posting someones full personal information on Facebook, even if I was upset with a sale.
Posted 2022-12-01 7:21 AM Subject: RE: Doxxing People
Honestly, nothing surprises me anymore what happens or what's shared on social media anymore, especially in regards to drama in the horse world. It's so easy to try to blast someone you're unhappy with on social media. I see it daily.
Posted 2022-12-01 7:23 AM Subject: RE: Doxxing People
Defense Attorney for The Horse
Location: Claremore, OK
Totally ridiculous to do such a thing. The same person is throwing the seller under the bus instead of taking responsibility for a poor decision made by themselves. This person is way old enough to know better.
Posted 2022-12-01 8:32 AM Subject: RE: Doxxing People
I had the pleasure of meeting this person this summer when I bought hay from her.... I was warned to not do any business with her as she is not a good person. I didnt listen. Lesson learned. She flat out lied to me.
I should have stayed off that post but all she could say was the lady she traded with was unethical. Unethical. Unethical. She wanted to toot her horn as such an upstanding and honest person.... YEAH RIGHT....
What she failed to mention is that the reason she didnt look at the filly was due to the horse on the trailer hanging a foot in a water bucket and getting in a bind. Its her fault she didnt look at the filly before she took her home, thats on her. I stll want to see pics of the starved animal she picked up. There are none because I would be willing to bet she isnt that bad. Im glad to see the post taken down.