The shorturl leads to a fake adult entertainment website where you are supposed to sign up to see more.
Just a few weeks later I have received another contact request from a lady called “dear.churchill”.
[Walking into a building lobby in the year 2110, you notice a cute gynoid sitting alone in the Juice Bar Cafe.
we are, the more we are all just pixels on a screen.
If you think you have already fallen for a (suspected) Skype or credit card scam, contact your bank or credit card provider as soon as possible and ask them to cancel your card immediately.
I thought, OK, let’s play it through once and take some screenshots of the conversation: Obviously, Katrina Kauffman is not a real woman (or even a man), but an automated program.Say for instance, if you're doing a little late-night booze-fueled shopping.Drunk Shopping is not a person, it’s just a phone number—but it's your best, tipsy friend when you want some companionship during your online shopping sessions. It was created by the three-person team of Chris Baker, Mike Lacher, and Tiger Wang, and it makes them absolutely no money.And we crave more pixels, pixels talking to us, responding to us, acknowledging us—as often as possible.“It’s just a reality that social life is moving through screens,” says Eric Klinenberg, director of the Institute for Public Knowledge at NYU and the author of .“There’s research showing that people who stay off of social media are more prone to isolation because they’re missing out on the place where the action is.”At any moment in time, that action could stall out.
It was obviously a scam bot too and looked like it was made by the same people that were behind the first one.