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Anyone see this shit??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by swipethemagnets, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. swipethemagnets

    swipethemagnets Newbie

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    http://www.johnon.com/676/another-new-scam.html

    WTF
     
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    5 month old post. But I did see your double post. :p
     
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    To be honest, I'm not scamming here. Figured I would post this in BH/WH threads. The post, along with the 3 others I mentioned, are from the last 2 days. So that 5 month old post shit is bogus. Where you got that from, I have no idea. Either way, if anyone can figure this out, ICANN is proposing something that is a two way street. You can damage your competition for a few bucks, and you can also get hit by someone willing to fork over the cash.
    http://www.icann.org/en/public-comment/public-comment-200906.html#irt-report


    "Just think of all of the affiliate sites that could be immediately taken off line because some company claims the websites are "confusingly similar" or files some other grey area complaint, knowing they don't need to actually make a case, just file a complaint. THINK OF THE LOST PPC REVENUES when your landing page goes offline but you don't know it!"

    This is some fucked up shit right here. All affiliates need to step up and send this around.
     
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