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    Spam PM from a banned user?

    Discussion in 'Support & Feedback' started by northernadams, Apr 10, 2013.

    I just got a private message directing me to a commercial website, and it was sent by a banned user with supposedly no posts. How does that happen? Wouldn't this site have to be accepting his login for him to even be able to send a PM here?
     
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    Lemex That's Lord Lemex to you. Contributor

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    Another user reported a similar PM from that account and we have acted on it accordingly.
     
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    Thanx!
     
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    Same problem here
     
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    Was it to some self-publishing website that's half-italian, half-english? If so, got a message from him/her too.
     
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    Generally, that means the member sent the PM, then was caught and banned before you saw the PM.
     
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    Yeah, is funny. Get all puffed up with pride for about 3 minutes. 'Ew, personal invitation to ComeWritings. I see...they want ME as kind of in-house author guru. What excellent news.'
     

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