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Is Link Spamming Illegal In The Eyes Of Tax Revenue Services?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sand_wizard, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. sand_wizard

    sand_wizard Newbie

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    Notice I said link spamming. Not email spamming.

    As I am getting closer to success, I fear that i would be prosecuted for this practice of SEO.

    Even after I pay my taxes, if they decide to persecute how I link spam,
    would I not land myself in serious trouble?
     
  2. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    :) dude what's connection between link spam and your tax garbage's :)? do you know the government don't like the competition so ... better don't steal their taxes ... but that's can't have any damn it connection with link spam lol
     
  3. greenovni

    greenovni Regular Member

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    I don't think it is illegal per se since that is how the web itself grows. Interlinking everything.
     
  4. sand_wizard

    sand_wizard Newbie

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    but how do they see it? is it legal in their eyes? if so, i would openly make a corporation and make a bank account with my Tax ID and everything.

    otherwise, i need to get into white hat seo instead of this.
     
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    Links have nothing to do with taxes/income. You cannot gauge income based on links. So why is it particularly the IRS you are worried about again...? they care about the profit the sites's traffic brought in, not how the traffic got there.
     
  6. sand_wizard

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    oh that's how it works. i thought they'd care about this.