- Report: #1009576
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Complaint Review: The Horror Is Alive
The Horror Is AliveInternet United States of America
The Horror Is Alive Resident Evil The Horror Dot50Cal Internet
*Consumer Comment: The Horror Is Alive is NOT what the original report says it is...
The Horror Is Alive is a web forum for Resident Evil fans, which uses the vBulletin software and that anyone can join by registering for an account. Well, that is anyone not called Beasley or Grace Saunders. When registered, members will then flame whatever you have to say, even if it makes 100% sense, but if you flame them back, you will get banned in due time and have a goofy avatar replacing your latest one. Note that the originating flamers receive no warnings, thus they're biased.
Only the elite members (example: the longest tenured members) get off the hook, while new members do not receive any mercy. It's a very tasteless cesspool of hate and spam posts. They even keep a public record of who gets banned and their members fill up the thread with off topic spam. It's never moderated either, because the lazy owner is never around to mop up.
Not only that, but they are illegally trying to bully Capcom into releasing Resident Evil 1.5 - a game that was scrapped in 1997 and would eventually see release as Resident Evil 2. They claim to know someone who possesses a copy of it, but he will not sell it unless someone pays him like $9999 for it. Their hosting provider is DreamHost, but they never deal with complaints, probably because they like their money too much.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/05/2013 09:20 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Horror-Is-Alive/internet/The-Horror-Is-Alive-Resident-Evil-The-Horror-Dot50Cal-Internet-1009576. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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