Friday, May 19, 2017
Fraudulent Click App?
Have you ever visited a website, and you clicked on something, but the banner ad acted like you clicked on it, even though you didn’t, and then your browser was full of cookies? They get money by the click, so that’s fraud. They should go to jail for that bullshit. But they don’t. And what can we do?
Well, I’d love an app that lets me report them and take those fraudulent clicks back so they can’t profit off of their fraud. When will we get an app like that? I’d download that app, even if it didn’t have filters to make people look like dogs and stuff. Maybe they could make them look like Satan, or Snidely Whiplash, or that guy in the Neighborhood Watch signs? That way everyone would know they were criminals. Because they are criminals when they fraudulently operate a click window big enough to poach our intended clicks: that’s fraud, and it’s a crime.
Posted by Greg Medernach at 1:45 PM