We Interview Vincent Ferrari, AOL Canceller



Vincent Ferrari was nice enough to come down to Gawker HQ and answer a few questions about his ordeal, AOL and what’s next for our famous AOL canceller. He may have been nice on national broadcast, but we get him to open up and talk a lil’ smack-a-roony. Plus, he’s got some things up his sleeve that might put the hurt on AOL even more so than his Dear John call…

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  1. ModerateSnark says:

    The way Vinny may be discovering an opportunity to become a champion for truth and justice here reminds me of what Rob Cockerham has been doing since 2002 when he started investigating and fighting those rotten “work from home” signs popping up around his neighborhood in Sacramento, CA. Here’s the original story:
    http://cockeyed.com/workfromhome/workfromhome.html
    And here’s a recent June 6, 2006 update:
    http://cockeyed.com/workfromhome/recruit.html

    The lesson for Vinny: Make sure your AOL story stays up so that it can be googled by frustrated AOL customers for years to come.

    P.S. If you have any doubts that Rob is a consumerist, check out
    http://cockeyed.com/inside/howmuchinside.html

  2. something_amazing says:

    Why does gawker HQ look like a crack den?

  3. Fenni Fentu says:

    ModerateSnark: That is a great story. Despite the fact that it’s a little old, it should be a separate Consumerist post. I had no idea nearly all those signs were affiliated with the same company.