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post #11 of 29 Old 12-14-2006
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these interlopers embed code in their posts that actually serves up the images from hacked websites. They hack websites, the post their bogus pages on those websites then go to the trouble of registering on forums to post fake ads, get people to click through o phony websites, get your credit card numbers and start charging items to your credit cards... it's a pretty nasty scenario.

While moderators may become necessary you'd need to make sure that said moderators were scattered around the globe or the board will simply grind to a halt when the USAians go beddy byes. I notice that another one of these spammer's messages has just popped up here. I don't know if it is feasible technically but perhaps moderators might only be necessary for posters with less than five posts.

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Cool. I was just about to report a spam post and got an error message instead... as it was yanked out from under me reporting it..

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Sailor...ya mean follow those links??? gone!
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he probably bookmarked them already...

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True...they seem to hit this thread and a couple of others every night in the wee hours. I catch it when I get up in the AM! Thanks.
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Clean up on Aisle 9. More links for sailortjk1 to bookmark.

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Why am I taking heat on this?

Belive me I know where to find porno if I want to!

All in good humor................, I hope. ?????
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