Friday, May 18, 2007

It seems YouTube has removed my original video...

Please use the original Putfile link: http://media.putfile.com/Verizon-Bad-Math to get to the full audio.

I have filed feedback to youtube seeking an explanation as I cannot possibly understand what terms of use the video violates.

Please let me know if you have any ideas, or even better use this link to complain to youtube and inquire why it was taken down. The video link is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp0HyxQv97Q (required for the youtube feedback form).

Thank you all.

5 comments:

Rob said...

Thanks for taking this racket to the net. Too many companies pull this "I don't know, but here is your bill" crap. I dropped Verizon for it, but it took two months to get out of the contract. I am really sorry what you are going through, but keep at it !!!!!!!

BJ said...

Hey – since you’re a YouTuber, you might want to check this out… There’s a video company that’s recruiting YouTubers and if they like your stuff, (and they should) they will actually pay you when your video gets a hit. Here’stheirlink…www.flownetworkproductions.com/videorevenue.htm. It’s about time the people who make the videos get some of the money instead of it all going to YouTube!

Dextrone said...

Hmmm, very odd.

Maybe verizon is scaring Google with lawsuits/etc.

In youtube, google doesn't want any trouble, they remove videos that has anything to do with any company that requests it. Google is just as troubled as us.

mrdotkom said...

personaly i think verizon is getting mad because they refunded his money and thought that would be the end of it. but no. they keep miss-q1uoting people so this should keep going on!

Pat said...

I would Really like to see this video, if anyone has a link to it, please post it. Thanks