Background I have sold automotive supplies to this out-of-state company on three occasions for about 14 months. They have paid with credit card in the past, but 10 weeks ago asked if I would send supplies totalling $2200 and get paid after 30 days. Reluctantly, I agreed. 10 weeks later, I am unpaid. They now do not answer emails although they have in the past. When I call, I am told to speak with their "bookkeeping service" and will not be connected with the owner of the company, whom I have spoken with in past deals. The "bookkeeping service" says they have not received "check writing authorization" from the company and it will be several weeks until they do. Balderdash! What company could exist without the ability to pay bills? If you have ever been owed money, you know how frustrating it feels. $2200 is not a small sum of money to me. The Plan This company markets agressively online, and I have the opportunity to alert their audience and potential customers that they do not pay their bills. I'd like to initiate an online campaign that affects their business enough that they relent and pay my bill. At that point, I 'd like to withdraw the campaign. Therefore, what I do must be reversible. Here's what I have planned so far: 1. Create a Youtube video describing their failure to pay my bill. They have about 6 promotional videos that appear for an important search term. The 6 videos are also returned when one searches for their company's name. This video would have a photo of the owner's face and the word "LIAR" written across it. Beneath the photo, I'll describe how they owe me $2200 and are avoiding me and passing me off to avoid payment. 2. There are two message boards they post on. I also post there. About 30% of the members of this message board are potentially customers of their training company. There may be 10,000 board memebers, so I could potentially inform 3000 potential customers that they are an unethical company. 3. Ripoffreport.com. This is a powerful site. If a company rips you off, you can create a report here that within 3 days registers very high on Google. In most cases, it appears on the first page when searching for the company's name. So if Salem BMW rips you off, you simply post a report on ripoffreport.com and when people search for "Salem BMW" they see the rip off report on the first page of Google. 4. Post a negative review in their Google Local Business entry. I may only threaten to do this, as these reviews are not reversable. So, any other ideas? I'm confident the BHW community can offer some help.