A recent signup to the popular online writers website, TheSpoof.com, is enraged at having an article rejected by moderators of the site accusing it of containing spam.
The writer who wished not to be named, but it's me, said: "I know I could be blocked from the site altogether for saying this but I feel I needed to make a stand for the sake of the other writers contributing to the site. The article I wrote was not spammy in any way. It was, in my opinion, a very funny piece about beef production in Argentina and how mad cows were possibly used in the production of tins of corned beef and luncheon meat.
"The word Spam, the well know brand of luncheon meat, was only mentioned once in the twelve thousand word article and was used totally in context."
If any other authors have been accused of writing spammy articles and had their submission rejected but are scared to speak out then I urge them to join my new writers forum website at www.buyveryverycheapviagranow.web.