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I add my own self security (which I won't tell) so I can spot the spambots. Recently added Peerblock, thought maybe that would help, but no. Instead, report them to the system and their email provider. The first sentence, the last sentence, and all in between. They are robots, so they are hitting practically any posting on that website and eluding the website's anti-spam systems. What this specific scammer is looking to get from you in details and how are they trying to do it in details? Not with the information supplied nor the desire to find out. The best solution I can come up with is to not use that website.
So like I said they hit me when I repost or post an item. So are they taped into my account or Craigslist and it there any way to stop them? You can't control how others use a site that you don't administrate. What you mean by "taped into your account" I don't exactly know. It's built to be easy to use, which means it's easy for malicious people to manipulate.
Samples Content Category Posting Community Q&A Craigslist can be a wild ride.
Millions of people apparently believe that love awaits here, but it is well hidden. Odd perhaps, but no odder than what you see at the most popular job-search site: another wasteland of hypertext links, one line after another, without recommendations or networking features or even protection against duplicate postings. Each of these sites, of course, is merely one of the many sections of craigslist, which dominates the market in facilitating face-to-face transactions, whether people are connecting to buy and sell, give something away, rent an apartment, or have some sex. Really, I love it for buying and selling, finding services, and even posting jobs.But for the 99% of ads that are completely legit, you'll find postings designed to con you.Every month Craigslist (not just the online personals section) gets more than 20 billion page views from over 50 million users in the United States alone.This results in 40 million classified ads being posted every month.Subject to a highly unpredictable filtering system that produces daily outrage among people whose help-wanted ads have been removed without explanation, this site not only beats its competitors—Monster, Career Builder, Yahoo's Hot Jobs—but garners more traffic than all of them combined. But if you really want to see a mess, go visit the nation's greatest apartment-hunting site, the first likely choice of anybody searching for a rental or a roommate. With more than 47 million unique users every month in the US alone—nearly a fifth of the nation's adult population—it is the most important community site going and yet the most underdeveloped.