I suppose this explains the flood of strange, negative reviews on the Firefox Add-ons site in the past couple of days. For some reason, these people are under the impression that the reviews on the Firefox Add-ons site would have a significant impact on our user base.Dear Mywot.com victim,
like hundrets of other websites today you got rated very bad on mywot without any need. Youre try to fix this ended up in one of this inquisition processes on the mywot forum, where some mywot powerusers ruined the reputation of your website for fun.
And here is what you can do against that.
Go to the reviews Site for mywot on mozilla.org and rate their plugin with one star.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo ... l/reviews/
The have only 700 four and five star ratings on their plugin. If we get it even down to two stars nearby no one will install that plugin. And who cares about the website rating by the mywot plugin when nobody is using it anymore
Feel free to invite youre friends or employees to also rate their plugin.
Best wishes for you and the success of youre website
I am going to omit the sender information that was included in the message, because it might be fake, but it appears whoever is sending these emails is from Germany.
Edit: For site owners who found this thread through a search engine and are wondering what to do about their site's reputation, here's a good place to start. It's probably a good idea to read about the common misconceptions too, before falling for all the misinformation out there.