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Anybody on here ever been virtually stalked?
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What about in real life?
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How does virtual stalking even work? Don't most sites have a block feature? As for not giving out your phone number, email, physical address, or any other sort of identification on a public forum, that should be common sense...
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I've been stalked, not funny at all.

You seemed happy enough last night at 11.43pm, laughing away for 8mins according to my watch

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How does virtual stalking even work? Don't most sites have a block feature? As for not giving out your phone number, email, physical address, or any other sort of identification on a public forum, that should be common sense...
Tree = stalk.

How many plants have you seen online and in real life?
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How does virtual stalking even work? Don't most sites have a block feature? As for not giving out your phone number, email, physical address, or any other sort of identification on a public forum, that should be common sense...
I didn't give out any of that. All he had was my first name and some basic details (age, gender, etc). But once he became obsessed, that was all he needed.

I suppose the only way to protect myself completely would be to never give out any details at all, to anyone, ever. Since I have no friends in real life, that's difficult for me.

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Stalkers donít stop because you block them.
I think if you block them and they quit, then that probably means you misinterpreted.
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I didn't give out any of that. All he had was my first name and some basic details (age, gender, etc). But once he became obsessed, that was all he needed.

I suppose the only way to protect myself completely would be to never give out any details at all, to anyone, ever. Since I have no friends in real life, that's difficult for me.
In what way did this person stalk you?

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I think if you block them and they quit, then that probably means you misinterpreted.
Again, how exactly does that work? I'm thinking that hitting the block button is quicker for you than for them to create a new account. And if they repeatedly do that, can't you report them to site moderators?
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Again, how exactly does that work? I'm thinking that hitting the block button is quicker for you than for them to create a new account. And if they repeatedly do that, can't you report them to site moderators?
That's because we have had some real crafty buggers, they like playing games and hiding themselves using VPN and signing up on hundreds of accounts. Some real dedicated ones.
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I think if you block them and they quit, then that probably means you misinterpreted.
Almost sure I have posted exactly the same thing before, but there is NO Facebook-style block feature on this forum as such. It's called the Ignore List on here, but is NOT really the same thing!

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You guys who have experienced it, how did it stop? I want a life again...
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Thankfully, I didn't get to experience that. But obviously, why and who ever would stalk me lol...

I would never do that either... It's creepy...

Even shy people can be sassy sometimes...
I'll put drunk raccoon in my signature as well, because I CAN...
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You guys who have experienced it, how did it stop? I want a life again...
What have you tried?

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You guys who have experienced it, how did it stop? I want a life again...
I’m sorry to hear that you’re going through this, and I hope your stalker will leave you alone soon.

From what I’ve seen on SAS and from what I’ve heard, some stalkers (very slowly) give up over time or move on to someone else and stalk them instead. Sometimes they stalk multiple people at once. Some people we know of who have experienced it have left SAS, so we don’t know if they’re still having problems or not.

I’ve read that some people have been stalked for ten years or more by the same person.

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Have been harassed, and it also involved some stalking since they found me on another site which was not easy to find specific people on, a year later, and sent a couple more obscene messages, so they must have been pretty obsessed.
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Again, how exactly does that work? I'm thinking that hitting the block button is quicker for you than for them to create a new account. And if they repeatedly do that, can't you report them to site moderators?
I don't think you can report someone for something they are doing off this website.

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Almost sure I have posted exactly the same thing before, but there is NO Facebook-style block feature on this forum as such. It's called the Ignore List on here, but is NOT really the same thing!
I know that, I was just trying to make a point.
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I’m sorry to hear that you’re going through this, and I hope your stalker will leave you alone soon.

From what I’ve seen on SAS and from what I’ve heard, some stalkers (very slowly) give up over time or move on to someone else and stalk them instead. Sometimes they stalk multiple people at once. Some people we know of who have experienced it have left SAS, so we don’t know if they’re still having problems or not.

I’ve read that some people have been stalked for ten years or more by the same person.
Thanks I needed that Well... maybe not the ten years part!

But yea I think the worst part is that with SA you just feel like such an easy target for predators. I mean you're already isolated and singled out which is like half of the process. Does nobody else have experience with this? I was going to start a topic separately about SA'ers attracting predatory people but figured it's a relevant idea for this thread
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I still don't understand why I'm getting stalked and spied! Like, do they have delusions that I'm going to change for somebody who I am aware is spying on me and annoying me? Do they just enjoy torturing people because they are sadists? I'm a nobody, this must just be terrible people not getting the message: I don't want to be spied on and mind ya business! I shouldn't have to change what I read or do for stupid spies, which is ironic because that's what I end up doing when I get fed up and want to prank on the spies! Idk I just feel like this is ruining real communication. How is it so hard for people to understand when ya just wanna be left the damn hell alone ?!
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Yes, I had two people on this forum confronted me on a public thread about my knowledge. One of the individuals said to me that people on here always ignore me each time that I post, and they criticize my communication skills. While the other individual told me that my posts are irrelevant, repetitive, useless to the community, lacking knowledge and that I'm socially lacking. I called them reprogrammed people assigned to remove my ideas from the public thread, because someone saw that I was able to communicate with my mind to create a concept accurately on my post.

I find it very contradicting. How this is a social support community and people angrily complained about my posts. Instead of putting me on their ignore list.

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