Just a little background information first. A new theatre was been built about 500metres away from where I live. I registered the domain with a view to becoming an affiliate for ticket sales, about 6 months after registering the domain I got a call from a big company offering me £500. I said I was not interested upon which I was told to hand it over as they had more money and better lawyers than I could ever afford. This annoyed me and I told them to go away. The theatre in question opened about 3 months ago and interestingly the same company had been given the contract to run the theatre on behalf of the council (I thought this strange, someone must have know who was going to get this contract a year in advance). They since approached me and offered £1000, but I said I would rather work with them promoting the theatre and events. I was told this was unacceptable and they would not deal with me. At this point I should state I have put their phone number and all events link though to their events and ticket sales, I therefore make no money on this although I am considering selling advertising space. I have actually had the website up and running 18 months before the theatre opened and 15 months before the contractor was appointment to run the theatre. My Question – not sure what to do. I have now found this company is approaching all the companies that link to my website and telling them to change the link to their website – is this legal? This is an extract of the email The website you are promoting for the XXXXXXXXXX Theatre: xxxxxxxx is incorrect and unofficial, the person running this site has no connection to the xxxxxxxxx Theatre nor the xxxxxxx Theatre Group, Please can you correct this and change to the official link for the theatre: many thanks This seems wrong to me, what should I do?