The entire front page is full of 2 spammers filling the forum!!! (except 2 topics)
This is ridiculous. There has to be a way for the site to detect this type of behavior.
At least HP could allow a group of Hubbers who have correctly reported spam over a period of time the ability to disable/delete even these type of posts.
Title should read: weekend AND Holiday
Please see this thread.
Agree. I have been running into spam in the forums all weekend!
But, I was interested in brushing up on my Badminton skill set!
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