Aaron Schlechter thought he was set when he turned to Kickstarter to give his dog naming business a bit of a lift, and things were ticking along very nicely until Kickstarter told him he had violated their rules.
Apparently, Aaron needed to focus less on trying to get money for naming people’s dogs and more for his book on naming dogs. Confused? We don’t blame you, and so was Aaron.
We’re not sure why Kickstarter didn’t see merit in Aaron’s idea, given for $1 you could have a dog named Donald, and as your donations rose, you could get a more creative name for the dog.
It may have sounded good to Aaron, but it was not tangible enough for Kickstarter, so instead of moving his campaign to GoFundMe or focusing on his book, Aaron decided to start another campaign – to buy Kickstarter.
Now we don’t really see this being the biggest success in the world and not only is $1.2 billion a hell of a lot to raise, he might be on a bit of a short time scale given Kickstarter can’t be too happy with this latest stunt!