Thank you to everyone who sent in user reports/pms yesterday, alerting us to a persistent spam poster, offering "love potions" and "spells". This has now been dealt with by Wikivorce and the poster in question no longer has access to the site.
Unfortunately we do get spammers from time to time and the only way the moderating team can take action is if we are made aware of the issue. We do act swiftly to remove spammers and endeavour to keep wiki a safe place for all.
We can only deal with spammers etc if we are made aware of them - including username and nature of message etc. We do rely on members alerting us to spam posts/members/etc - it''s always better to send in a quick user report or me a short pm. If we aren''t made aware, and aren''t able to deal with spammers, then they may go on to contact other members who may become alarmed at the messages they may receive - not all spammers offer love spells or quick fixes for relationships, there are those that ask for money and personal details, or send messages that contain sexual content.
If you are unsure or concerned about any private message, simply forward it to myself, the Teamwiki account or any moderator and we can take it from there. If you are unsure about a post or blog, you can send TeamWiki, myself, or any moderator a PM - or send in a user report and we can take the required action.
Thank you again for your swift actions in bringing this to our attention.
Furthermore I would like to add that if the poster was selling something of use such as voodoo dolls that you could stick some very sharp pins into the posts may have lasted longer.
But Love potions! Really?..... on a divorce support website. I don''t think the poster worked out their demographic of potential clients at all.
Poor marketing strategy all round old boy.
All the best
HRH x Madman extraordinaire.