BoloMKXXVIII wrote:That is considered slander in some places. I realize you want to vent your frustration, but there are better ways.
Bolo, slander is defined as a malicious statement. You may want to re-read my words, but I asked a question and made a hypothesis. I'm simply trying to get some discussion around the causes of these problems.
The evidence I have is that there are numerous individuals to whom Roku owes money from RMA's, cancelled orders, or negotiated agreements. If Roku owes you any money, that makes you a creditor. Frequently, when a business runs out of money, they stop paying their creditors. Therefore, I proposed this as one plausible explanation of these troubles. If you think there's another explanation, you can share it if you want. This is just a place to specualte. You may not know any better than I, but I find it to be a useful exercise to discuss the possibilities.
You mislabeled my words as slander, but maybe you can help me put a label on the act of taking money from someone and not delivering any product or services in exchange?
Its noble of you and a few others to come to Roku's defense, but the reality is that the actions of this company are perilously close to being fraudulent.
As for better ways to vent my frustration, you may be right. Would you care to suggest 5 that I could consider trying?