"Here's an interesting thing about the Predators site. We can't find ANY contact information. Can you?
So, here we have someone that purports to be an industry watchdog, that gives no contact information, or ability to discuss what they promulgate... doesn't that give you cause to question what THEY are saying?
(We have had one author say they found a contact email, and we suggested that they ask Preditors 'why?', but they never got a response.. so... we suggest that you make up your own mind based on the professionalism of our interaction, with us, as real people, not some 'shadow' person/entity that is unaccountable.
We've been at this for years, and we haven't changed our name or ran, we've stayed and fought, and the only real person that loses is the first time author that can't get the time of day from most agencies. Now, back to business."
Ok, let's start with the basics.
First, an email address for P&E is listed in under "email". Plain letters. Right there. I've used it myself, and I looked it up five minutes ago before I posted it to make sure it was still there.
Second, I've had multiple conversations with P&E under my business name. All were to update or correct information. ALL were handled swiftly and smoothly.
I've had more than one conversation with them as Miss Snark, and that too was prompt and courteous.
Yes I'm sure they make mistakes because yanno, they're human. So what.
If you think they've got incorrect info about your agency, write and tell them.
I've spot checked my own listing, colleagues and random folks. It looks pretty reliable to me.
These guys, along with others provide an INVALUABLE service.
Every agent should embrace them fervently, because the liars, cheaters, scammers, and worst..hobbyists, disgrace our profession.