Meetup.Com ban’s the word Infoguru why?
Despite paying up-front for six months and receiving professional member following.
Meetup.Com takes the decision to ban the global meetup group of Infoguru people worldwide, why?
Is this blatant discrimination?
Why would any platform object to Infoguru people meeting in groups per city, state or town across the globe?
Just in case anyone is wondering what the word guru means see Wikipedia.
I am not surprised because this is just another blatant online giant attack against a viable Infoguru online idea most online giants FEAR.
Let’s take a closer look into what words or groups are allowed on Meetup.Com
Sex Positive Reno Group
Sex Clubs Meetup Group
So what’s wrong with the word Infoguru? And people meeting around the world as groups under the word Infoguru?
Here is what Meetup.Com had to say in less than 24hrs:
Sorry. Are you an Infoguru? was not approved.
Each newly-created Meetup Group is reviewed to make sure it’s a good fit for the platform.
We’ve reviewed your Meetup, Are you an Infoguru?, and determined that it is not in line with our Community Guidelines.
You can check them out here: http://meetu.ps/1CwmJ2
Groups must clearly facilitate community building and group connections.
Meetup is for building local, in-person communities to share passions, interests, identities and activities.
As a result, we’ve closed your Meetup Group. This decision is final. Don’t worry, we’ve also refunded your Organizer Dues.
It may take 4-7 business days for that refund to appear on your account. Please confirm receipt directly with your card issuer.
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