A Brief Introduction to this Page's Purpose
Not Another Dime! is dedicated to documenting the assorted, and sometimes wild, details of Mr. Ken Whitman's business dealings within the Role Playing Game (RPG) industry. This place is NOT intended to be a medium of discussion about Mr. Whitman, pro or con, but instead be a "jumping off" point to enable the reader to make their own informed decision about Mr. Whitman's history and business character.
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Sunday, November 29, 2015
2015.11.29 SSDD: Ken Whitman Doubles-Down on Trying to Scam Some $$
Now I realize that calling this a "cycle of bullshit" shows my bias, so yet again dear reader, please assume everything I post here is a flat out lie and do the research yourself. Use the links in the sidebar to read the Kickstarter comments (with an emphasis on Ken Whitman's "updates"). Go through the "Ken Sez" page and follow those links back to the original source.
I think the average person will inevitably come to the same conclusion.
Case in point:
Ken Whitman has re-opened his D20 Entertainment online store to "sell" books that don't exist. To date not one soft cover of the KODT: 20 Years of Covers has been seen in the wild. They just don't exist. I'm pretty certain, but cannot say with 100% accuracy that the same goes for the "limited edition" leather-bound hardcover.
This is truly a "Caveat Emptor" situation because if you pay for one of these products, you are throwing your money away. Where the hell is the FTC when you need them?