Concerning case # 0140800891
To Twitter customer service,
I am reaching out again, and will continue to do so, until the extreme error made by Twitter in falsely accusing me of being an “impersonator” (as a result of my reporting someone impersonating me), is corrected, and my account is reinstated. Based on the unlimited obvious provable facts, I am the actual Rory Block, always have been, and always will be.
To recap, on January 26th, 2020, I reported that a deceptive person (using the Twitter address of @block_rory), has lifted photos from my social media, has pretended to be me, and has corresponded with my fans in an offensive way. Somehow (after a vigilant social media user reported this impersonation to me- see info included below)- Twitter has apparently looked into this problem, and has come up with the completely bizarre conclusion that the impersonator is actually me- and that I, Rory Block, and my husband, Robert P. Davis Jr. (who administers my account), are impersonators- this after both of us have provided all the requested identification, drivers license scans included, and provided all documentation related to the impersonation episode- including the obviously ridiculous and fake communications the actual impersonator has carried on with people (in my name), who might believe themselves to be speaking with me.
The actual impersonator is using the deceptive address of @block_rory. Now Twitter, by taking down my legitimate official account (@RoryBlock) and my husband’s legitimate official account (@robertpdavisjr), and sending me a letter of censure and rebuke telling me that I am an impersonator who has allegedly "violated Twitter’s code of conduct," has falsely accused me of something I have not done, and would never do, in so doing damaging my reputation, and harming my business.
I continue to strenuously request that Twitter investigate all of the evidence submitted, and establish the correct facts, followed by reinstating my account and my husband’s account, and censuring and taking down the impersonator’s account.
As before, included below are all previous communications and all relevant information. If after all this, Twitter needs anything more to verify my identity, let me know immediately. It would only take Twitter requesting redundant identity proof from the actual impersonator (which they would fail to obtain of course), to verify which one of us is the impersonator.
I am assuming that I am reaching a panel of human beings and am not simply receiving a computer generated response. As such, please respond to this correspondence in a way that demonstrates that Twitter has done its due diligence in researching and evaluating the actual facts.
If this is not resolved swiftly, I will have no choice but to seek additional assistance.
and my husband and administrator,
Robert P Davis Jr.
BELOW beginning January 21st a Twitter user informs me and my husband of someone impersonating me, followed by the chronological correspondence
On Jan 21, 2020, at 6:26 PM, Gxxxxx Gxxxxx <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
FYI...please let Rory know there is a party on Twitter reaching out directly to fans and posing as her. May already be aware...but just a heads up.
On Tue, Jan 21, 2020, 18:45 Rob Davis <email@example.com> wrote:
Was not aware of this. What is their hashtag address?
On Jan 21, 2020, at 7:02 PM, Gxxxxx Gxxxxx <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
@block_rory. If you do a search you will see that profile.
On Tue, Jan 21, 2020, 19:14 Rob Davis <email@example.com> wrote:
Thank you- I have reported this person. Twitter has responded that they are checking to see if this person has "violated any rules". I assume posing as someone else is a violation.
On Jan 21, 2020, at 7:31 PM, Gxxxxx Gxxxxx <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Good deal. Pretty sad that there are folks like that out there.
Not sure if they can do much beyond deactivating them...but better than nothing.
Have a good evening!