Twitter spam

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I just got four emails from Twitter telling me that Morgan, Kelly, Tasmine and Kate (or someone) were now following me. All of them had actual usernames along the lines of 4CVFD5T and a single post on their Twitter feed – telling me that they’d just got their free laptop from some dodgy website. With a link to the website.

OK, so far so “meh”. It’s obvious spam.

So why the hell did all four have over 250 followers? What ****** actually follows the feed from an obvious spam merchant? Really?

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