Follow up on “Info collection of Gallery at Madrid”

The original post of “Info collection of Gallery at Madrid” has been removed as requested of Gallery which starts with letters between L and P.

Instead of asking/requesting me to remove the post, they demand in a way such as,

  • Cyber harassing and cyber stalking
  • Demanding my personal information
  • Trying to locate my position
  • Threating me (not a life threating yet)
  • Yelling and shouting with all upper case letters and bunch of !!!
  • Throw all the big words like justice, accusation, illegal and so on

So apparently, they do not want any of their information to be shared no matter good or critical if you don’t pay. If you don’t pay then you are an outsider. I guess they have a secret union to share their “inner” information. I feel like I’m dealing with a online seller who can not handle one star review.

Anyway, I hope you have better luck once you pay them to handle your artworks. Me and some other people just stay away from all this. The British gallery that I work with is more lovely and reasonable. No wonder why Queen E II quits EU and no wonder why Queen E I defeated Spanish navy long time ago.

Seriously, all they need to do is “asking” me to remove the post nicely instead of yelling and threating.

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