My home’s SolarCity solar panels have been up and running for nearly a month now and while there haven’t been bumps along the way, there have been some interesting discoveries.
Solar Home Inc engages in a lot of ethically questionable online business practices. If comment spamming, domain speculation, cybersquating, and sockpuppetry bother you as much as they bothers me, here’s how you can avoid doing business with Solar Home Inc.
The question isn’t whether Solar Home Inc uses sockpuppets to support its business, but rather how many more are yet to be identified.
In addition to their comment spamming, Solar Home Inc engages in domain speculation and cybersquatting on other companies’ trademarks.
Solar reseller Solar Home Inc uses comment spam, domain speculation, cybersquatting, and sockpuppetry in support of its business. Part one focuses on their four-year history of comment spamming.
The SolarCity solar panels took six weeks to schedule, two days to install, and it may be another two months before they’re finally turned on.