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Getting Removed From Craig's List

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by chewy76, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. chewy76

    chewy76 Newbie

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    Ok I understand that people get removed all the time. However, I don't understand why you would get flagged and removed when your ad is basic and there's nothing suspicious about it. I pretend to be a girl, say I'm interested in a guy, a little about me, and reply if you're interested. After a few hours it's removed, and that's before I respond to anyone with an offer. What gives??
     
  2. S M W

    S M W Junior Member

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    your competition - other ewhores like yourself - are flagging you to remove you from the game!!!!

    now flag back!
     
  3. chewy76

    chewy76 Newbie

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    I figured it was something like that. I guess I wanted to believe the email from Craigs List telling me that 98% of ads getting taken down are for a good reason. Why do people do this? There's plenty of horny guys to go around! lol
     
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    ipodtouchhackerisher Senior Member

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    Its damn flaggers who need to get a life!
     
  5. chewy76

    chewy76 Newbie

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    I'm surprised Craigs List doesn't get a lot of complaints from actual people who post there looking for someone and get flagged and removed after a few hours. You would think they would have come up with a better method for actual TOS breakers by now.
     
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    It's pretty obvious. Legit women seldom post racy professional photos, are under 25, or act flirty. Craigslist is for the rejects of the dating world; ie physically unattractive, social awkward people.