Ever wonder how spammers are making money in 2018? Here we have 12 online marketers weigh in on this.
Note: all of these answered came from https://www.facebook.com/groups/whitehatseonetwork/ add your own answers to the comments section at the bottom of this post.
Emailing commercial messages without consent.
Make money online Facebook groups…
Spamming the comments in people YouTube vids…
PMs from Facebook groups. Courses with no value. Services that don’t work.
Workhorse SEO plugin strategy
I was on a site the other day that was fishing locations click on it and get directed to some new medieval fantasy online game
Amrit Pal Singh
They do mass mailing and make people visit there web page (phishing page) and pretend to be
Driving traffic to shady sites selling shadier products
– Flat out fraud
– Phishing schemes (I guess this is part of the fraud mentioned above)
– Adding recipients nefariously to solo ad lists to inflate mailing numbers, thus charging more
Backlink sellers who create fake FB profiles and post in all the link sales groups.
There’s the classic “
The $25,000 cars posted to LetGo, Craigslist, etc with $2000 prices and direct email addresses superimposed on the photos are another major vector.
I’ve seen these go a few different ways – in one case the spammer claimed to be selling the car via Amazon and sent me to a phishing page.
The common theme is that the seller is overseas and will have the car delivered. Sometimes the seller is a grieving parent, other times in the military and just shipped out. I got two of these scammers on the hook simultaneously one
By the end of the
Naveen Kulkarni Haha. Best of ones I came across are people selling links on Huffington Post for $997. Those links actually
All sorts of random cold approach,
I hate it all.
Every last one is a waste of time and energy and a high
Facelessness is a big sign of a spammer. They also LIE through their teeth.
Some dude named Saad approached me on
WTF, foo, you chose me. I informed him his game seemed better than other spammers ?, he had a
He immediately informs me he is not located in the US. On a
I even asked him if he has a website or if he can email me what we discussed and his answer was like I do not want to waste my time if you are really not that interested and he wanted to charge $1500 a month flat to bring me 7-15 US leads or $500 per signed up lead.
At those kinds of p
I wish there was an international body that could handle this stuff across platforms and I wish Google and others institute solutions that give customers options. I do not like to be contacted by clients nor contractors nor recruiters nor anyone else outside of my country or state say. This globalization part
The really effective ones build review websites and list your business on them. then when people post positive reviews they