Craigslist dating bots

” However, after calming down and taking a few deep breaths, I realized what had really happened: the first response I received, to which I responded from my personal email address with my real name in the header, was a (successful) attempt to obtain my email address and name, which were then used by the miscreants in their subsequent phishing messages.

There are three reasons why they do this: (1) evade Craigslist’s spam / scam filters; (2) trick people’s personal spam filters by using their real names in the emails, usually a good sign that a message is not spam; (3) make the messages look more legitimate to people at a subconscious or barely conscious level through the use of a real email address and real name and the lack of the boilerplate warnings inserted at the top and bottom of every message that gets sent through an anonymized Craigslist address.

Do I want a DISCRETE relationship, meaning one where we are separate entities and individually distinct? But you, you married pervert, mean to say DISCREET. You kinky fool, you’re trying to say that you are DOMINANT not DOMINATE.

I’m no sub myself, but what kind of woman respects a master who can’t even correctly identify himself?

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Those of you who have “never done anything like this before,” welcome!

First, they claimed to be interested in my ad but then proceeded to indicate that the sender was actually interested in “getting to know me better” or some such thing.

I was encouraged me to visit the sender’s private profile on some sort of adult dating site at an included link, whose text was something like “ or “ but whose actual link contents were different; if I had clicked (which I did not! Finally, all of the replies but one had two pornographic or semi-pornographic photos attached to them.

I thought perhaps the sender had made a mistake, or perhaps Craiglist’s mail gateway had corrupted the response, so I sent back a reply: “Are you interested in the [item]?

You don’t seem to have said so in your email.” Within 24 hours of sending my reply, I started to receive supposed responses to my ad, sent directly to my All of them had essentially the same structure.

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