HIDDEN TACTICS AND STRATEGIES USED ON TARGETS BY CYBER TERRORIST EMPLOYEES WITH CORPORATE COMPANIES
1. Frustrate the ‘TARGET”
2. Slow down the “‘TARGET”
3. Manipulate technology within the company to work less effectively, more complicated, less user friendly. Have developers within the company update design platforms to have flaws, be confusing and slow rather than easy and fast for customers designing products within the platform. Make it look like an upgrade, when it really is an intentional downgrade to slow down the “TARGET’S” progress.
Corporate companies have developers creating software for the companies that are purposely created with errors and flaws within the design platform to be more complex, complicated, less easy to use, have glitches and malfunctions that make any easy project complicated, arduous, frustrating and not user friendly. When confronted about these issues the response is: “Thank you for your feedback. I will pass it on to the developers. They are doing their best to try and make the updates more user friendly so all feedback is valuable!”
The design tools are greatly flawed, editor tools disappear while designing, adjustments that were previously accessible in the previous program is no longer available. The new upgrade to the design platform is purposely flawed. The previous design platform was amazing, easy to use with very little flaws. The new one is impossible.
Is this an accident or intentional? Are there cyber terrorist working within the company being paid to make the design platform less user friendly and more complex? When we go live are we going to have issues on the ecommerce side of things? Are they going to send out defective merchandise? How safe is this company to use? Are they going to try and be a part of destroying our companies, covertly and secretly?
These are all sneaky strategies being used by the ‘WORLD WIDE TERRORIST NETWORK.”
Many of these third party platform companies created for entrepreneurs are great companies that may not be aware of corruption within it’s employees. These companies have to set up quality assurance and check all merchandise before it is shipped with photo technology to guarantee no defective products are shipped. This way if a fraudulent claim cannot be made on a massive scale by these terrorist groups with an intention of bankrupting a company. Printify sounds like an amazing company, which is why we picked them.