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Old 06-25-2008, 02:36 PM   #31
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Amazing how many listings there are on your site from @live.com. So not only are you a spammer, but a scammer too.

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Old 06-25-2008, 03:21 PM   #32
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Amazing how many listings there are on your site from @live.com. So not only are you a spammer, but a scammer too.
What spam and what scam... I was hoping there were people in here that could give me a couple off suggestions and I posted a picture of what I want to do on postaneed. Should I have posted it on the million other places where there is to post pictures ? I had the picture there and I thought it would be easy just to slap the link so people could see the picture and get a better idea of what I want done.

I use amazon.com, I use ebay.com, I use yahoo.com, I use postaneed.com, does that mean I am spamming for all those sites, am I scamming people right now by telling them I use those sites ?
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Old 06-25-2008, 03:33 PM   #33
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I've noticed that you haven't posted over at GardenWeb like I suggested. That's a shame. Lots of people who've had pools installed over there. Some have pictures and prices. One would think a "non-spammer" would want information from a pool site as opposed to a general discussion one.
Thanks for the suggestion. I didn't even see you posted that....
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I make it a hobby to bait scammers/spammers, and am pretty good at researching the 'net, esp. as it pertains to establishing a claimed ID. If I am wrong, I apologize, but I don't think I am.

The spam is posting here, the scam is using phoney posts on your site.

If you are innocent, then you should set a budget, arrange for several local pool builders to visit your house and give you an estimate. Simple as that. That is the way it is done by competent and respectable contractors.
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I make it a hobby to bait scammers/spammers, and am pretty good at researching the 'net, esp. as it pertains to establishing a claimed ID. If I am wrong, I apologize, but I don't think I am.

The spam is posting here, the scam is using phoney posts on your site.

If you are innocent, then you should set a budget, arrange for several local pool builders to visit your house and give you an estimate. Simple as that. That is the way it is done by competent and respectable contractors.
I would like to put in a pool and the one that I posted is a simple version of what i am looking for so I was hoping that someone that has done a pool or constructs pools can give me some heads up.

Would it make any difference if it was my website?
Would it make any difference if I posted all the needs on that website if those are things that I needed done ?

If those were true, I still want to build a pool and any help is appreciated, whether it is how much it should cost or how I could do some work by DIY.
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There is not a lot of DIY in pool building, even digging the hole is pretty critical.
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Please read the advertising rules. If you feel my editing is in error, you may contact Nathan via PM and discuss it, but IMO, and for the reasons you have been given, such as this is not a practical DIY project, this thread is closed.

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