Another Online Scam: Tubely.com
First off, full disclosure. I fell for this scam. DUH! With all the jillions of posts I’ve written about inbred dumbfucks and bone-stupid gullible voters, it turns out I’m just like them. So, today’s Gullible Dumbfuck award goes to: Me.
Anyway: I got a Friend request yesterday from (supposedly) a fellow blogger. The Invitation page looked just like Facebook and LinkedIn, so I assumed Tubely.com was legit and went ahead and clicked on Accept, filled in the information fields, etc. Fortunately I didn’t click on any of the downloads or “free” offers.
After I filled in all the requested information and was officially a “member,” I Googled Tubely. (Nothing like locking the barn door after the horse has been stolen.) It gets a green light from McAfee, so presumably there aren’t any viruses or Trojans involved. But they do send out e-mails — in your name — to people in your e-mail address book.
Needless to say, if you get a Friend request or any sort of “Special Offer!” from Tom Harper, it’s not from me.
And the father-fellating mother-cunnilingifying douchebags in charge of Tubely: fuck off and die!