So, some jerkoff reported my site to the 'mollom' service.

homenet

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Today I received a blog comment on one of my blogs, I have been doing some comment spamming lately on some Joomla and drupal blogs, for those who don't know these can be a gold mine for high pr and low OBL comments. Mainly I wrote a bit related to the topic and then stuck my link in one way or another.

So, whoever it was who wasn't happy with what I was doing left a blog comment on the blog post I was promoting, he/she basically said that

"This site is supported by spamming, I have just come across a spam link that points to this page, I have reported the site to the Mollom service which can ruin the reputation of the domain, I suggest you cease any spamming operations" yada yada yada.

Anybody come across this before? is this mollom business likely to cause any problems for me? I guess my main concern here is if somebody else comes along and doesnt like my comment spamming and reports me to Google (since im using adsense).
 

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There's always retards like that with nothing better to do.

Mollom is currently protecting 30,305 active websites. The average efficiency is 99.93%. This means that only 7 in 10,000 spam messages were not caught. Mollom has caught 284,216,025 spam messages since it started. Today we caught 13,248 spam messages. On average, 90% of all messages are spam.

Wow 30k sites lol. I doubt it will effect you but change up your comments a bit. It's mainly your destination.
 

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Yeah that's what I figured, thanks for the heads up :)
 
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