Anyone with a web site will be used to receiving spam emails and also spam comments.
On WordPress, plugins such as Akismet do a good job at blocking most spam comments but some get through such as this one.
“My brother and I are lucky to have stumbled across the web page, it is absolutely specialized stuff my friend and I am constantly dreaming for. The information here on the website is truely needed and will help my family and friends twice a week or more. Appears as if everybody here learned tons ofunbelieveable of mastery pertaining to the things I am continually searching and other pages and info like wise shows it. I’m not usually on the web during the week but when my friends get a chance I am usually hoping for this type of knowledge or things similarly having to do with it. “
You can see that it’s all generic – designed to match as many web sites as possible, whereas genuine comments on a website are always specific as no-one takes the time to make a comment then essentially writes empty general purpose words.
The bad grammar and spelling is just an oddity. Everyone has access to a spell checker so why leave in the mistakes? The sentences do not make much sense – they appear to have been created by software.
Scammers buy software that takes one document and rearranges it into dozens of versions with the content sorted randomly. This is to try to fool the search engines into thinking it is genuine content rather than simply repeated stuff.
If you get comments on your web site or read comments on other websites – do apply simple logic and realise that often these things are written by software and many are just utter rubbish.
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