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Why John R Raymond Refuses to Sell His Books on Amazon: A Stand Against Corporate Exploitation


Only available with cryptocurrency
Only available with cryptocurrency

In a world where digital technology has revolutionized the way we do business, it's disheartening to see how some large corporations are exploiting this to their advantage, often at the expense of small-time authors and creators. Amazon, for instance, has been accused of employing shady business practices, such as sending out emails threatening to charge $100 for no apparent reason. This is a clear abuse of power and a blatant disregard for the rights and welfare of authors who rely on their platform to sell their work.


Similarly, other entrenched businesses like Ingram are also guilty of this. They continue to use traditional banking systems that are notorious for locking up our cash and charging exorbitant fees. This is not only unfair but also a clear indication of how these corporations are colluding to rob us of our hard-earned money.


In light of these issues, I have decided to take a stand. I will no longer be selling my books on Amazon or any other large publishing firm. Instead, I will be making my books available exclusively through cryptocurrency. This is the only way I can guarantee that I will be paid for my work without having to deal with the corrupt banks and companies that are out to exploit us.


Cryptocurrency offers a more transparent and fair way of doing business. It cuts out the middleman, allowing authors to receive their payments directly and instantly. Moreover, it also eliminates the need for banks, which are notorious for their high fees and restrictive policies.


I believe that this is the future of publishing. It's time for us to take control of our work and our earnings. It's time for us to stand up against the corrupt practices of these large corporations and banks. It's time for us to embrace the power of cryptocurrency and the freedom it offers.


I urge all authors and creators to join me in this fight. Let's take a stand against these exploitative practices and pave the way for a more fair and equitable publishing industry.

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