I have emailed you as a professional, and you have elected to ignore it, because you cannot answer my question or won't. Again, I "liked" your site for the general information provided. It is not 100% accurate however, considering your TKD back ground that is understandable. The short comings on your site I was able to over look due to the fact that you were military, however now in hindsight I feel I made an error. However, as a service to my members and other martial arts I will not remove your link, however, I will make a note to it listing what I find as a short coming and of course your email where you liable not only me but my site!
You have received an email from one of my associates and you have listed their site or at least indicated that you were listing his site. He is a member of "my" organization so in essence you have called him a "certificate mill" etc. I will also email your schools instructor even though it appears you may be running that site as well.
Look the at XXth ITF dan testing's and you will see not only am I "legit" but I hold it from the ITF and not the "ITA or TA" which "could" be considered certificate mills as well. However, to be fair, since I don't know you and your organizations, so I can't say for sure!
While I was in process of responding to the email, I received another link request. I went to the site and checked it out. It appeared legitimate, so I linked to the site and sent an email to the requestor wishing him well in his new school. This second requestor was apparently a friend of the first requestor.