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What happened to Wicked Article Creator (WAC)?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by schleprock, Jul 20, 2016.

  1. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    I received an email the other day with a free copy that doesn't require a login.
    I was already an owner.

    It think it said something about a lawsuit.

    I wonder because if it is a lawsuit over copyright infringement than there are several other tools that could also be targeted.
     
  2. ftbllr

    ftbllr Newbie

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    I got it too. I was thinking about the copyright infringement issue for other software makers as well. Unless their servers are out of the country or somewhere copyright is not a big issue, that could be a concern for all the article software creators.
    But included with the email was the zip file for the free software. I unzipped it but can't seem to install it. Do you know or anyone if it goes to the same directory of the previous wicked article creator.
    For the one time price you really couldn't beat WAC. The others want subscription, but at this point with the copyright issue. It could be part of trend from article directories and others could be in the same situation . And it might be best to wait.
     
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  3. quitrankerx

    quitrankerx Newbie

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    ftbllr, I got the email too, but by the time I got around to it, the new downgraded version download doesn't work anymore. Is there a way that I can get that zip file from you because I think I might be able to get it to work and for sure will share the results with you.
     
  4. Nerevar

    Nerevar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    That's 99% a virus.