Commented on an article on Oilpro.com. One and only time. The article was about two operators in Houston, Texas. Commented on one of the operators of whom it is well known is a second or third tier company. This glowing article was what looked like a puff piece and was put up by a stock analyst. It looked like a stock pump really. As it turns out the stock analyst is listed as the managing director of Oilpro.com. So the managing director of an oil and gas recruiting website who is a stock analyst is writing what may be a misleading article on an oil company in town and posting this on their email newsletter. Does that pass the smell test? The article was all written in generalities. No specifics. Looks like they were in a jam for something to write about actually. Apparently Oilpro.com needs to populate their newsletter themselves because no one else will post any work on their site. The author/stock analyst/Oilpro.com managing director then emailed me berating me, calling me names. He deleted my comment from the article and deleted my profile from the Oilpro.com website. Oilpro.com is the also ran of the oil and gas job sites. Everyone knows that. Oilpro.com took maybe one or two other loser websites that couldn't make it and made one really loser website. Their jobs are low rent. Jobs that no one really wants. Only a few are in Houston with many of them out of town or out of state. Looks like the recruiters put their jobs on Oilpro.com as a last ditch effort. Guess they figure anyone who ends up on Oilpro.com is out of options and is desperate. That's what it looks like really. So there you have it on Oilpro.com. Seems like these elitist totalitarians cannot stand any comments on any of their work unless it's a glowing, favorable, politically correct, sugar coated one that agrees with their own views. What an unprofessional, small and abusive thing to do. Attacking and abusing one of your subscribers for giving his truthful opinion. Guess they'll have none of that! Deleting the comment is one thing. That's fair. But getting back to the poster, who left his email address with the comment, and browbeating him? Deleting his account? That is way out of range. If they are that thin-skinned they should not have comments on their website. You'll be well advised to avoid this Oilpro.com website.
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