Earlier this week, Paul Christoforo became the Internet's archenemy after evidence of his terrible customer service were made public. One silent party in the resulting carnage was N-control, the maker of the Avenger Controller that Christoforo's Ocean Marketing firm was repping.
The manufacturer has since announced that it's dropped Ocean Marketing and will be taking back its sales and marketing operations.
"We have to move forward and take care of Avenger’s customers," said N-control's new consultant, Moisés Chiullan. "I can’t worry about the fact that there isn’t a bus big enough for me to throw Paul Christoforo under. The Internet did that for me. I think they set him on fire too. I just hope that people will have the common decency to leave his wife and child out of all this. They didn’t send those emails, Paul did."
The company has apologized for Ocean Marketing and the behavior of its CEO, while making damn sure to remind everybody that its products have nothing to do with the firm. Hopefully that'll stop people Amazon bombing the Avenger, since it really was an innocent party in all this.
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