blogginnetwork.com is a spam website that is directly associated with a group of cyber idots who exploit WordPress blogs. And it’s time to put this evil domain to death. If you are a victim, we need your cooperation. And if you don’t act, I can assure you that they will keep sending spam comments to your blog.
MacHouse has destroyed many spam websites in the past. But we cannot destroy blogginnetwork.com because of the language barrier. For those who are familiar with Russian language and Russian social life, we need your assistance. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We don’t want spies. So we need you to mention who you are when you write.
We don’t break laws, and you won’t by cooperating with us. The way we destroy spam websites is described in our video tutotial titled “How to Destroy Spam Websites.”
Click on the button to see the last damage blogginnetwork.com is involved.
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