Apology accepted?

It has come to our attention that there was an apology made by the site –

(screencap of their apology)
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We kindly accept that apology and the credit given to our work!
What is just unclear to us, is who is actually the staff of that site now?
On Facebook, there is only one person listed as admin for that page. Did that one person now “fire” her evil other half? Or how do the other admins stay hidden and still be able to work on the page?
Was this “apology” made to save face, or was it something real, by real admins?
In my opinion, the matter has been resolved even before their (her) apology came, because we did not really expect any result from our post. We just did not want to keep quiet.
But if the ‘other’ admins of that site have any real integrity they would personally contact us to show us that they exist …… and I will most definitely take that as something real!
This is actually kind of funny – just another day in the life of a fansite owner
…. never a dull moment. 🙂
And please know that we don’t mind when others use our work on their sites – we do it for fans from other languages and sites to use.
We gladly share everything about Alex that we do with others …. but we would love some recognition for our efforts at least.
And I want to add my message from the previous post again:
Remember, this has got nothing to do with Alex personally.
What happens among fans is not his business.
This is just us being sad because of actions of other fans …. 

5 Comments

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5 responses to “Apology accepted?

  1. marcerizo

    Ultimately, it all translates into ethics. And ethics, in the end, turns out to be a problem that everyone must live with by their own standards (which for some people, turn out to be too low).
    Like you said, you girls sleep peacefully, knowing that you do a job with integrity, without detriment to Alex’s image, and deeply respecting his private life as well as his work.
    I don’t believe that the person who posted your transcript without authorization and without the proper credit, can sleep very peacefully at night. As I always tell my students, no one can escape their own conscience, I also don’t believe that the ethical implications of people’s actions can be erased with a simple insincere apology.
    Thanks again for your commitment and great work!

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  2. vanduyn

    My previous statement stands 😒

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