They are back.
Today (2018-10-16) several accounts were used to post answers that look like legitimate answers but the strange thing is that they include a sequence of numbers, sometimes preceded by
Specifically, the answers copy text from the question to make the answer look somewhat legitimate and insert a (spam) phone number.
This morning I flagged several of them as spam but they are still coming. I'm wondering if they found a way to bypass the anti-spam IP filtering.
It looks that the posts made this morning by using other puppet accounts were already deleted.
(and thus already fixed; **gmail help :###'###"####**just try again), a local connectivity issue (we can't help with that), or your browser has an extension that's messing things up (again, we
The common pattern are the numbers which are always the same, with a zero replaced with a uppercase letter O in some examples, the separators between the numbers change.
all this "allocation" of **call @@###@###@@####**deposits has been done manually by the intern but it takes a lot of time and it is not very efficient, particularly when an invoice was forgotten in the past, is added to the table