Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

Client Stiffs Agency, Shop Gets Even By Replacing Website WithMean Message

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Call it the opposite of a Valentine.

On the day of love, a web designer named Frank Jonen used the site he was hired to design for a client — a chain of gyms in California that operate under the banner FitnessSF — and replaced it with a message informing the world he’d not been paid for his work.

It started with Mr. Jonen yesterday hinting at his plans to his more than 1,500 followers on Twitter. He tweeted: “I bet these bastards still think I won’t fight back and let them get away with betraying me and escaping payment. But first, coffee.”

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