Spam merchants & Telcom Communications Limited

If you’ve ever been a moderator on a forum, or like me actually own a few forums, you’ll be familiar with spam users who sign up and paste sales letters into their one and only post before they’re banned. I’ve often wondered however what possesses companies to employ people to do this. It creates nothing bad publicity for your business.

I had one such spam post on one of my forums recently, which was immediately removed. The post was for the company: TELCOM COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED (naturally their name was all in upper case).

The moron was trying to sell mobile phones for this supposed UK based company, yet the post was made from the United States at 3:00 am. They’re supposed address is: 36A GORING ROAD, GORING BY SEA, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX, BN12 4AD (again, written all in upper case, what an intellect).

If TELCOM COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED is actually a real company I’d advise anyone to stay away from them. Their marketing techniques are pure spam, therefore their business ethics must be equally low.

And just for the spam bots out there, the automated ones, here are the contact details of the low life who spammed up my forum:

Intrested buyers can contact me direct via:
Wayne bruce
07024 074 657

Go on spam bots, do your thing and index the tosser.

Incidentally ‘Wayne Bruce’, adding “God Bless” at the end of your spam isn’t going to tempt people to contact you. The UK isn’t as stupidly obsessed with religion as your usual shit for brains customer.

God bless you Batman!

Darren Jamieson

Darren Jamieson, aka MrDaz, is the Technical Director and co-founder of Engage Web and has been working online in a career spanning two decades. His first website was built in 1998 and is still live today.

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