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I got this nice messages from somebody that wanted to invite me to some business Investment.

Can they do that in here?

Sir, My name is Adrein Jones of Summit Medicals based in Freetown, Sierra Leone. I saw your listing in the site and I was impressed, hence my resolve to contact you for a business Investment. I will wait to receive your response and will forward to you details of my investment proposal and also inform you of your remuneration in participation. Please for further correspondence regarding Investment, I will request you send me a mail via my email: [email protected] Regards, Adrein

Its nice that people is thinking about my money...lol

Sorry adrein, There is something that goes like this.

Jævla fordømte forsøpplende idiot

Runar.

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Sorry for the SPAM, Runar... The user has been blocked... Just delete the message and let us know if you get more.

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If anyone ever gets a message like this or something you think is spam...you can always forward it to an ADMIN or even any of the MODS and it will be taken care of. Thanks!

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I did not get that one. That's because our mods caught it quick!

This site as many others I'm sure, will be targeted for SPAM/free advertising based on the size of it. It's just going to get worse as it grows. There is an e-mail verification process on registration and a CAPTCHA code. So, I think they do what they can to prevent it. Some will get by. :mad:

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I got it but I just ignored it. It happens everywhere.

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Ya I got a message somewhat like that. But I just ignored it

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