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UPDATE: Rexxfield’s founder Michael Roberts is suing Ed Magedson and his company Xcentric Ventures which owns Ed Magedson hired a reputation hit man named Darren Meade to attack Michael’s credibility, presumably because of the close scrutiny he gives Ed Magedson’s appalling business. (VIDEO:
Eric Goldman wrote: “One sign of a good judge is being able to set aside his or her personal feelings to uphold the law when it conflicts. We got one of those rulings in this case. The judge condemns Ripoff Report using some of the harshest language I’ve seen in a judicial opinion in a while”. He was referencing this published finding by the Florida Appeals Court:

“The business practices of Xcentric [DBA] , as presented by the evidence before this Court, are appalling. Xcentric appears to pride itself on having created a forum for defamation. No checks are in place to ensure that only reliable information is publicized. Xcentric retains no general counsel to determine whether its users are availing themselves of its services for the purpose of tortious or illegal conduct. Even when, as here, a user regrets what she has posted and takes every effort to retract it, Xcentric refuses to allow it. Moreover, Xcentric insists in its brief that its policy is never to remove a post. It will not entertain any scenario in which, despite the clear damage that a defamatory or illegal post would continue to cause so long as it remains on the website, Xcentric would remove an offending post. [footnote omitted]”