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I'm new on this website and still working up to understand it. However, I think this person is spamming people:
He/She doesn't have any identifying info, but they are asking for my email address and to go "offsite" to talk. Creepy. I seen this person posting this stuff elsewhere all over bloggymoms. Can this person be blocked or better yet, kicked off?
Here is the comment this person is leaving on other bloggers pages:
Hello welcome to my love,
How are you today i hope you are okey.also my name is Miss roseline,i saw your profile at
(www.bloggymoms.com) I have interest on you,i would also like to know more of whom you are and i want you to send me email on my email address (email@example.com) so i can give you my picture for you to know whom l am.here is my email address believe we can move from here.i am waiting for your mail to my email address above,Remeber the distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life,
yours friendly roseline.
Go report her on this page:
I am reporting her too. She is creepy. I'm glad she hasn't spammed me with comments yet! Maybe because I've been on the site longer. I hope they will take care of it!
Aww, that's a bummer. I hope other people aren't having trouble commenting!
I know I'm so glad he survived too! I can't imagine how I'd react if I found a newborn in a toilet. Those emergency people think fast!
Just on your bloggymoms page, not your blog. I should have clarified that!
Must have been kicked off -- the link no longer works.
Question: Where is the line between "spamming" and promoting something genuinely related to mothering forums? Specifically, I've compiled an anthology called "Wisdom of Our Mothers," about what the authors learned from their mothers, and want to know how much I can say about it without being accused of spamming.
The lady before did not have a legitimate blog or website. All she kept asking was for Bloggy Moms to meet her offline... It was creepy. She was a spammer - no question about it.
There's a difference between promoting some genuinely. I think most of us here have a real blog or website that we are trying to promote, and we are all trying to connect with other bloggers... So I think that's the real difference.
Thanks, that's helpful and reassuring.
(BTW in the late '70s I helped tutor Vietnamese refugees learning English. Did your family come over at that time?)