A Letter from Hank Alvarez after the class action lawsuit was dismissed
It appears that as soon as the last remaining class action lawsuit against Snapnames was dismissed, former multi-auction bidder Hank Alvarez came forward from his house in the mountains where he has been residing for the past 4 months and allegedly made the following announcement:
It’s hard for me to come back after almost 4 months of an activity hiatus. I took a sabbatical back in November, to ensure that peace and due process would take their course.
I’m a family guy, a decent programmer, a good husband, father, and a superb lover to my wife. I love animals, especially my dog Skippy and the two cats, Milly and Molly. I also like rainbows, reading stories about the Wild West and my favorite fruit is the coconut.
What I mean by this is, that y’all misjudged me and tried to rip me a new one back in November, without knowing all the facts and the complete truth about what happened. I have a new book in the works – titled “If I Shill Bid It” – and the truth will be out there, soon.
Sometimes, it takes the fall of a man for the dogs that bite him to get poisoned from his rich blood. I am not a bad person and I love you all. I proved that by sending you Holiday wishes from my web site, HankAlvarez.com
Folks, the domain industry is a beautiful, wonderful and splendid opportunity for all of us to make money. Don’t let hatred, misinformation and a bunch of lawyers dictate you how much money you can make. I can show you, since I hit it big myself.
God bless and may the domaining force be with you!