did you leave it a ball? Hmmm Your prince charming must be "hiding" them. (hehe sorry...couldn't resist)
I realize that making a cute posting about spam looks kind of silly when said spam no longer exists
by girly_girl09 9 years ago
I have been seeing a lot of forum spam lately. I think it could be *greatly* reduced by only allowing new sign-ups to post under the help section until they've published one hub. After they've published their first hub, then they could post anywhere. I think this would deter a lot of the people who...
by Randy Godwin 6 years ago
Anyone else still getting hit with the spam comments? I'm still averaging 2 or 3 a day and it shows no sign of letting up.
by Richard Bivins 9 years ago
I suggest that HP prevent any registered user from posting a new topic to the forums if they have no hubs. They can comment but not start new threads.Most forums that I use have this restriction in place.
by Mikeydoes 7 years ago
Last 2 days I've reported 3 obvious spammers. One saying "I'm from China", they post in completely unrelated topics too..What the heck!
by EmpressFelicity 9 years ago
Title says it all, really. Why not prevent people from posting to the forums unless they've written at least one hub? Most of these spammers don't have a hub to their name. It wouldn't sort the problem out completely, but it would cut down on the spam a bit.
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