Domain for sale
For years we donated our web server space and domain services to the folks over at Hauser Photo. Then when Mr. Hauser had his medical issues, he asked us to run his studio in his absence. We did, and did a good job too. We did not however run HIS business, with his permission we formed a new company called HauserTown and ran that as it's own company, owned only by Will Crockett only. It provided thousands of dollars in funding to Marc for the months he was out. The plan was to have Marc join HauserTown when he felt up to it and we would pay the studio rent, all utilities, and find him a nice apartment to live in - also paid by the HauserTown company to provide a nice life for Marc and his rather daunting personal and legal issues.
Once Mr. Hauser felt better and saw the wonderful progress we made in improving HauserTown into a growing business, he decided to instead choose an alternate plan to break the agreement that meant the HauserTown staff and tools would vacate the studio we literally saved from existence.
Since then, there have been ceaseless derogatory remarks from Mr. Hauser not only to our mutual acquaintances, friends and my staff, but when my clients call his studio number by mistake and get lectured about how we are liars and thieves and we can prove in court that we have lost two clients due to Mr. Hausers remarks and actions. We have just nicely smiled and have held back from any action because we think Mr. Hauser is not well and needs our prayers, not our lawsuits, and we should take the high road.
For months after the rants began we continued to pay some bills, dropped off new equipment as a gift while he continued to post on Facebook that we had stolen his cameras and lights. We even offered to do his printing for him to help get his business rolling, but we just got more late night calls, threatening emails, ugly voicemails.
Well, unfortunately, it's my turn now. I have a serious condition that will require 2 maybe 3 major surgeries and the added torment from my good deeds needs to end so I can get my business in order and prepare for weeks of painful recovery.
There comes a time when our charity no longer includes holding and renewing his domain for him that we bought when the first provider would not release his first domain because of not paying the bill for releasing the site. Once again, we jumped in coming to his rescue asking for nothing in return, completed at no charge, secured this domain and others, and gave it to him to use as needed.
After over 14 site valuation quotes, it looks that this domain is worth about $8500. So, we will sell it for half of that and have Mr. Hauser sign a cease and desist letter to stop all remarks and comments about our staff and business.
Please contact Will Crockett via email only so we can have a record of each conversation as we are preparing for legal action.