Anyone who has been on Tinder for even just a short while will realise there are some dodgy spam artists out there. What they hope to gain from being fake, and matching with you – I have no idea, but I seem to be able to spot them from a mile away! 434 more words
Tags » Spam
# pfdel – deletes message containing specified address from
# Postfix queue. Matches either sender or recipient address.
# Usage: pfdel <email_address> 160 more words
Watch out! There’s a WhatsApp account thief about!
Have you received an email claiming to come from WhatsApp that warns that you have been using the service for more than one year and that it’s time to take out a subscription? 279 more words
“Perfect!”, you say to yourself, placing the finishing touches on a brand new article. “I’ve written something that adds nothing new to a topic I know absolutely nothing about in a field so saturated that the only way I’m going to give this article any traffic is if I spam it constantly across multiple social networks!” 317 more words
Staying (and Getting) Out of the Spam Folder Part 3: Content, Metrics and “Backup Plans”