Intimidating xbox gamertags updating tf2 server

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A cool gaming clan name can be hard to come up with, ideas for a clan name can start with what sort of clan you have.

Is your clan a just for fun clan or a professional clan?

reply back to them, and youll get the same canned responses, which ultimately point you to a chat site (with girls who are waiting for YOU).... potential blackmail (like the madison ashley from a small while back before it got hacked (& indeed after this too))The reason theyre asking for age...

and of course require a credit card to be entered to allow you to access.... is to make sure the person is over 18 (because otherwise grooming, and under 18's shouldnt have access to credit card details, so theyre not profitable)Just about to make this thread , but yes, they are bots. When the first bot account added me, I thought it was an actual person, but then after a couple of messages it started writing the exact same answers it had written before a second time.

There's a convo on my feed talking about it, they want you to go to some scam website. THEN NORMAL STUFF UNTIL: Hey I have an idea want some fun? So I'm on this video streaming thing and I have some free passes to hand out and I thought I'd give one to you've ETC.--- I just said f*** off bot, blocked and reported them. MESSAGE ME ON XBOX @Xontrem AND SAY WUBBALUBBADUBBDUBB OTHERWISE ILL IGNORE YOU COS OF THE SITUATION . Probably not related but I haven't sworn at anyone. STAY SAFE ONLINE ;)May I suggest you guys play along, tell 'em you're a 18 year old male, let them tell you about whatever they want (currently its paid cam services) and once they tell you about that, preferably including a website name, report them so Microsoft can take action. Most of the time for me, however, these bots do not actually initiate conversation - they wait for me to write something like "Who are you?

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