WTF is up with AIM bots?
Okay, I’ve really been having a problem with this lately. Why won’t AIM bots leave me alone??? I don’t want to be friends with you GossipinGabby, Facebook, LivGreene, Spleak, or USA Today. Why don’t I have to accept you like other friends? You never IM me anyway, and when I IM you to go away I get some strange automated response. What partnership do you have with AOL/how much are you paying to appear on my buddy list with no notice or explanation. Does it work? Honestly, does anyone EVER speak to you about things you can actually help them with, or do they just beg you to go away, or ask “why are you showing up on my buddy list?”
Have any of you created AIM bots for clients, or have experience with them? And overall, are they successful in achieving whatever goal they set out to achieve?
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