Originally Posted by Bono
Don't make me search the boards for this answer!
Agreed... spit it out, bruh! LOL
Good thought, Will. A lot of this is the psychological game.
Also, what I don't totally get is HOW these queries go through. Not to beat a dead horse, but I'm not exaggerating when I say 95% of queries sent to my ex went to SPAM. I literally said to her a few times "Hand me your phone, I wanna read the queries." Most were in the SPAM folder. But, the ones that weren't she'd go through here emails specifically to look for queries "check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check, check," DELETE.
Never opened a single one. She'd even say of the ones that made it to her email "How's this stuff making it past the SPAM filter?" I'm like "I dunno?"
My guess: they used her name, referenced something she sold etc.
The higher up the food chain you go, that's what these people are doing as part of their ritual. So, if you DO get a request, understand that you are hella beating the odds.