As they have chosen to describe themselves, it is this:
"We are committed to Stardoll as an inspiring, safe and creative environment."
It's a joke right?
Well, because these last few months, what i have seen doesn't actually measure up to the "inspiring, safe and creative environment".
I have been religiously watching for any development on Jenna's (emorox4eva) case against Stardoll but it seems like Stardoll did not want to give in.
They have Jenna's hard earned cash anyway... and those are just virtual clothes. So why would they 'effin care?
Just to refresh your memories, Here are the clothes that got stolen from Jenna:
Just in case you didn't notice, all these clothes were sold within 24 hours, which as far as i know, is not possible.
Stardoll made sure that this isn't possible, remember?
...or did they?
As I was browsing through the comments on hotbuysbazaar.blogspot.com, i came across these anonymous "whistle-blower" comments.
Jenna was preyed on for giving back.
This made me want to throw up... more so than though, it scared me.
I myself do hold competitions here on MDM.
Will i eventually find myself in Jenna's place?
To the Stardoll Staff, i know you are making the rounds and reading user-created blogs such as this one as you've already taken enough graphic inspiration from MDM and decided to sell them in your own site...
What we're asking for are just the basic things that in the first place, as paying customers, you should have already given to us.
Just in case you still have no idea as your IQs are below sea level, it's called CUSTOMER SERVICE & PROTECTION
It's very obvious that your security system is fucked up enough for 13 year olds to hack through it.
Reality check: That's YOUR fault. NOT OURS.
Our Superstar memberships and Stardollar Top Ups had and have been feeding your employees and their families for years now.
Maybe it's time for you guys to give us more importance and look at us as valued customers?
We know that Stardoll is about Fame, Fashion and Friends...
but whatever happened to Justice?
and oh.... sorry...
This wouldn't compensate either.
Since Stardoll doesn't have any sort of a solid security system in place, we might just have to protect our accounts ourselves.
Perez posted this on her site and I want to share this with all of you, especially to all the blog owners out there like ourselves.
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Some screenshots courtesy of www.perezhiltonofstardoll.blogspot.com, www.hotbuysbazaar.blogspot.com, www.stardollskingofmedia.blogspot.com and www.underneathstardoll.blogspot.com