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For those who give points for llamas, read thisSo you've probably seen them occasionally in your llama ques... dead accounts with a numerical suffix at the end, acting as a duplicate account.For those who give points for llamas, read this by ISeeTheLattice
These are known as "point-farmer" accounts.
The user who creates them typically has them controlled in unison with a bot, so when you offer those points freely via the automatic llama>point function,
These accounts are triggered to collect upon those offers.
Thus they short-change our opportunities to garner new watchers and perhaps new friends and aquaintances, than if these point farmers simply didn't exist otherwise. At our own expense... they get away with cheating the system only because many are all too ignorant to the signs.
But I've found a temporary solution to two such *inconveniences* who I've come across as of late.
Block these following usernames: