Well, sure, that’s a different thing, though, probably wasn’t a spammer, but a potential cyber criminal. Whole different thing. Of course I’d report someone who probably sent a harmful file to CS directly, but we shouldn’t have to waste our and CS’s time with tickets for this kind of regular, and common, unsolicited CO spam.
There’s just no good reason that you can’t hit a report button on an unsolicited Custom Offer, there are report buttons on inbox messages and flag buttons on gigs, it doesn’t strike me as something difficult.
Plus, while the other existent and suggested buttons could potentially be abused, common argument here against all of these kind of suggestions, I don’t see a problem with that here.
You asked someone to send you a CO, they’ll hardly report it, someone sent you an unsolicited CO, that’s against the rules, so how could you abuse the report button when you click it.
Doesn’t really need the banhammer either, at least not at the first time, CS could send them a canned account warning like ‘Not cool buddy, you’re stealing our doer’ s time, do it again and you’re an ex-doer. And read the freaking rules finally, they are there for reasons and you’ll break another of them eventually if you don’t even know them’.
My last spammer was level 2 BTW, if people just are too lazy to read the rules, a simple ‘if you do this again, we’ll take away your level x badge/you never will get level 1 badge’ probably would help. They’ll all understand that bit.
Ah well, it’s a suggestion and would be cool if you’d integrate it into one of the next updates, Fiverr.