Andy Moore BloggerAndyMoore@gmail.com is quite impressed with my website…

Has anyone else received emails like this one?  .. I’m seeing more and more of these, shall I say, soft junk, emails…

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From: Andy Moore <BloggerAndyMoore@gmail.com>
Subject: Twitter page

Message Body:
Hi!

I just visited your website and I’m quite impressed! I was wondering if you have a Twitter account for your business? If you do, can you let me know your username?

I just posted a link to your site on my Facebook wall to encourage others to have a peek.  As a word of advice, I would suggest you to utilize social media sites to get more visits. I’ve personally been promoting my business and blogs on Twitter and Facebook and getting a lot of traffic from that. I’ve also been using a company called Famepack: (bitly url here) to increase my followers and likes. Have a look, it might be valuable to you as well.

Anyway, If you have a Twitter account, let me know so I can follow you and give you a shoutout on my Twitter page.

Thanks!

Andy Moore

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19 thoughts on “Andy Moore BloggerAndyMoore@gmail.com is quite impressed with my website…

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  1. Lol, very fake, yet curious enough for me to check this out. So easy, talking to ones ego n falling for it ;) our sites are not impressive at all, not to mention it isn’t a business site :p

  2. Yep. I just got one too. But it sounded too much like a sales pitch for me to feel like I should bother replying. First it sounds like a shill for twitter, but sounds like he’s selling framepack.

  3. I have quite a few sites, so have received this more than once. He wants us to buy followers from Famepack, which is obviously his site, or he is an affiliate for them.

    Even if Famepack deliver what they promise, and I certainly wouldn’t trust them if they need to market themselves in such an underhand way, I can’t understand why anyone would want to have hundreds of followers who weren’t interested in what they were saying.

    If you need hundreds of followers, you can get them for nothing. Just go and open hundreds of email accounts, and then you can add hundreds of followers who are no use to you. But at least you haven’t paid for them.

  4. Fake and completely false what framepack is claiming. Framepack claims to give you 10,000 twitter followers for $30, fair enough BUT, framepack has only 5,000 followers themselves and have not tweeted in almost a year. If they can give you 10,000 followers for $30 why haven’t they done this themselves. Do your homework and don’t fall for that rubbish.

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