Surprise: Elon Musk Fan The Boomer Haus Calls Out X for Not Delivering Its End of the Deal

The Elon Musk-loving X-verified organization The Boomer Haus may finally be coming into — as one commenter put it — the Elon Age of Enlightenment.

X user @RicochetRowdy shared what appears to be an email from Alexandra Merz, founder of The Boomer Haus, to X’s verified organizations team sent on Friday last week. In the email, Merz points out that the promise of “‘getting 2x organic reach’ never materialized” even after the organization forked out $6,900 per month.

While Merz expressed her frustration and threatened to cancel their verification, she ended the email still hoping that X would address the issue, saying that she is “looking forward to your answer, with the hope that things will improve shortly, as our decision is not taken yet.”

Merz, whose personal account is @TeslaBoomerMama, is a self-professed Musk fan girl and has dedicated her X account to Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) updates. She has not addressed @RicochetRowdy’s post as of this writing and has continued to post about Tesla on her own account.

The Boomer Haus is an organization where members pay $55, $77, or $99 per month + $1 to subscribe to @TeslaBoomerMama (she says it all goes to charity) to get the best reach possible (and hopefully get subscribers?) as they share their “passion for Tesla and X.”

If the email is true, this isn’t the first time that fans have expressed their dismay over the handling of X’s subscriber and creator services.

In July, @Catturd2, an anonymous right-wing user with nearly two million followers, complained about not being included in the platform’s ad revenue-sharing program, suggesting that certain accounts were given payouts as “teacher’s pets” rather than based on their ad revenue potential. 

To add, X’s metrics have remained unclear since Musk’s takeover in November last year. New CEO Linda Yaccarino recently flubbed her responses about the platform’s metrics and was unsure about the figures for daily active users.

But she did say that the company’s finances have been improving (perhaps thanks in part to organizations like The Boomer Haus) and that the company is on track to turn a profit by early next year.

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