New Website for Female Entrepreneurs Tackles Cyberstalking, Online Defamation & The Sexualizing of Women in Business


Women in business face unwanted DM’s, online defamation and cyberstalking which not only impacts her but the welfare of the company she is trying to build.

Online harassment and reputation assassination of women in business through defamation websites and social media platforms is a growing concern with very little recourse at this point.”
— Tammy-Lynn McNabb

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, October 4, 2019 / — In today’s age of the information highway, women entrepreneurs have stats and content at their fingertips allowing them to be more competitive than ever. The downside that many entrepreneurs face, specifically women in business, is the vulnerability they are exposed to on the internet. Cyberbullying, stalking, trolling, and online defaming doesn’t just affect individuals, it seriously affects businesses as well.

Business cyberbullying attacks can be professional and very sophisticated in this day and age – or it can just be a lonely troll trying to make a living extorting people. ‘Cyber ‘trolls’ can wreak havoc on a company by blindsiding it. Trolls can create public confusion toward a business that can create serious issues for a brand leaving entrepreneurs helpless. Cyberbullies use multiple social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and defamation websites to harass individuals and their company, including customers and family members. We’ve created a platform that helps you get control back and gives you tools to track down the cyberstalker so you know exactly who they are and where they’re from.

‘Being under attack on and off over the last 4 years has been an experience I wouldn’t wish upon anyone, especially new entrepreneurs.’, says TV Host and seasoned entrepreneur, Tammy-Lynn McNabb. She adds, ‘Over the last few years, as my Television show grew, and my online presence grew, attacks began occurring against myself and Health Wellness & Lifestyle TV. Defaming and untrue comments on reputation sites. Offensive content published on Facebook, Twitter, IG and Youtube. My TV networks contacted and even threats to contact my children’s schools. Luckily I’ve been a woman in business for over 20 years with a background in technology and was able to deal with our situation. For many up and coming entrepreneurs, cyberstalking can ……Read Full Press Release Here

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