I wouldn't take it personally. You gotta understand that scam-meisters biggest threat is other people telling the world about them. Heck, maybe you did get a lead off someone who had downloaded this toolbar. It's not impossible, but it's unlikely and unusual if you know how these companies work.
The other thing is they send their people onto the internet to defend their scam, so it is hard to take a defender seriously when you are about the only one I've ever read that has defended them.
A little FYI: The Windows Marketplace website is not something that is policed or vetted by Microsoft. Anyone who wants to put a download on there can do so. So don't draw the conclusion that they somehow endorse the product or that it isn't a scam.
Don't take what people say on the internet too seriously. Everyone has a bug up their bun about something. The best way to earn credibility is to post credibly. So I pointed out a lot of things in your posts that don't make any sense, but you didn't really talk about those points. If you want to be taken seriously, you should probably try and clean up those issues.
This is all my two cents.
But I would like to know how you stumbled across this one particular blog, not to mention a few other things I mentioend in earlier posts.