Looking for a Thin Ice Contact address for duped backers? Here we are! The ongoing deception of Adam Paulin makes a lot of people angry. Some of us have gathered to maybe try using the law to get our money back. This action was initiated by Martin Woollard
one of the backers who has opened a special mail address. If you want to join in, please contact Martin through the mail address below. Update 2: unfortunately, the inscription for this list is closed, so I’ve removed the mail address. But you can always try to get a new group of unhappy backers together through the Indiegogo Thin Ice comment section.
UPDATE! Adam wants to be kept in the loop.
How nice, a comment below, from some ‘Annonymous’ (sic!) who wants to be kept in the loop about the goings-on concerning the backers trying to get a refund ad maybe starting a class action law suit against Adam Paulin. If we would be so kind as to add him to the mailing list.
This person does not want to give his name, because he does not know ‘how legitimate this website is’. And oh yeah, before I forget… he would also like to be kept in the loop anonymously because he is Adam Paulin!
How do I know, you ask? Well, the address he would like to have added to the mailing list of disgruntled backers is a dead give-away:
And Beyond Nature Products is the website you land on when you follow the link from adampaulin.me/my-work.html to Puzzle Pieces Idealab, Adam Paulin’s crowd funding consulting company).
UPDATE 3: I’ve just learned that Adam Paulin has threatened Martin Woollard (the guy with the mailing list) with a law suit in Canada because of this site. Good luck with that, because Woollard has nothing to do with this site. I made it without consulting him. If I had consulted him, he probably would have asked me not to mention his name. This is my site, made of my own volition, without any incitation from anybody. Maybe we should start an Indiegogo campaign to crowd fund legal action against Adam Paulin, make him pay for his massive damage to the crowd funding system. We’ll ask Khierstyn Ross to help us. I hear she’s very good.