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PHISHING is alive and well on this site

I got an message from a guy named “Ken Suzuki” asking to set up a “meeting time” to further discuss “project ideas.” It was an external link to set up a time and asked for an email. I gave it a trash email and weeks later he emailed back asking for me to sell him an account for some website… essentially he wants a password.

So yeah, watch out for phishermen

Or simply immediately report those who ask you to break the rules (for example, to send them you email address).