5 safe ways to get back at spammers: a guide to wasting time | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
Everyone hates spam (apart from the people who send it). While many people simply report spam and delete, a few look for ways to get back at the spammers wasting their time. In fact, a common question we're asked is, "How can we waste their time?" My own opinion on this is a little loaded with caution; simply striking up conversations with spammers and scammers with no prior experience is a good way to get yourself into trouble. Maybe you replied from your work mail, and now they're sending missives to your boss. Perhaps you used a mail service revealing your IP address, and now they're making empty yet terrifying-sounding threats about hacking you. How about responding to their request for ID and accidentally sending them the real thing, instead of a humorously-constructed image built from MS paint? There's a lot to think about before embarking on this path, but if you still want to waste some spammer's time (and in a much safer fashion), read on. The basics 1) NO GENUINE INFORMATION