I made a blog post two years ago about some free credit Skype gave out.
Here is the latest comment on that post:
A new comment was posted on your Geekzone Blog entry 'Skype Free Credit' (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/tonyhughes/734).The user is not logged in as a Geekzone user, and did not leave any URL, email address, or other identifying details.
Comment from 'roksvelll':
pleace give to me free call
What did he actually expect?
Me to put $1000 worth of Skype credit in a wee bag, attach it to a carrier pigeon, and tell the pigeon to head off to 77.74.xxx.xxx ? (We log users IP addresses on comments).
Read the rest of the comments if you want to see the level of incompetency out there.
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Comment by chakkaradeep, on 18-Apr-2008 11:00
I smell 'spams'
Comment by freitasm, on 18-Apr-2008 11:03
No, chaks it is not spam. People have no clue. They read a page on the Internet and they willingly give out their details, or ask for freebies.
I receive e-mail every day from people who search "Vodafone" and find Geekzone. Instead of going to the Vodafone website they come to Geekzone, click "Contact Us" and send me e-mails with their credit card numbers, name, account information and ask to have it paid for them - instead of contacting Vodafone directly.
People are clueless...
Comment by rscole86, on 18-Apr-2008 11:07
Another good ones is brads post about vista activation
Comment by freitasm, on 18-Apr-2008 11:10
Or this one...
Comment by sbiddle, on 18-Apr-2008 17:10
hey dud3 can you pls snd fre skype $$ me 2 poor