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Topic: WARNING: NGs Consist Solely of One Fed SpamBot
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nuny@bid.ness

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Re: WARNING: NGs Consist Solely of One Fed SpamBot
Posted: Apr 30, 2013 5:18 AM
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On Apr 29, 10:28 pm, BroilJAB <DesignDen...@wmconnect.com> wrote:
> In every News Group, with the exception of my posts,
> ALL the posts are Nym-Switching SPAM posted by the
> identical same Spammer calling himself 'Virgil', lately.
> He is paid to do this: using hundreds of Screen Names.
>
> Here is a message Virgil has sent:
>
> "I Virgil am proud that I my countless thousands of spam
> have killed hundreds of once-active News Groups. But
> the funny part is that my Employer actually believes too
> that "these are many folks talking". That is because I
> will "click" and "reply" (with other Screen Names) onto
> Threads and which Reports them then as 'Active Post'.
> So that I Virgil intentionally report bogus settings to my
> Employer. What is shown as an 'Active Thread' is a fake.
> It costs the Advertisers perhaps millions in lost revenue.
>
> "I Virgil am paid to spam by the hundreds of thousands
> these faked and dreary postings to all the NewsGroups.
> I pretend to present it as 'several people debating' but
> anyone can see the pattern: ALL those Nyms are me."
> "But I am paid MORE to spam and fill-up the political NGs
> in hopes they will generate advertising. If the advertisers
> only knew that their placed Ads were not to active Groups
> but instead placed alongside stone DEAD New Groups,
> they might sue to get their money back. I don't care!"


Thanks for posting that, Virgil.


Mark L. Fergerson



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