Fake Accounts For Advertising

Well, that was absolutely aggravating!


What I figured was some creepy woman tailgating me on WordPress with following my web-log since July 28th, no matter how many times I removed her “follow” and it turns out to be a fake account by Amazon (like they aren’t BIG enough already?) doing some advertising for some random option to make even MORE money.


Jeez, people. Be happy with the money you have!


It’s making me miss the times when Barnes & Noble was the bookstore that was getting too big. Ugh…




3 thoughts on “Fake Accounts For Advertising

  1. morlock13 says:

    Kristen McBride’s blog is a F-A-A-A-K-E!

  2. GetAwayPoint says:

    Interesting … well after finding scores of fake reviews about products there and thus a subject of my recent blog post … how likely is it that I get my own bot?

    • morlock13 says:

      Oh gosh, I hope not likely at all. I got stressed to my limit with that one. Just kept getting scores of emails no matter what I did to dispense with the follows. Finally sent word to any Amazon email I could find to point out the problem. The follows stopped after that, thankfully.

      It’s not like I don’t enjoy products and the abundance the internet has offered, but these extras and settings for slot machine style distractions… I’m out of descriptions, I’m afraid. :/

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