It’s true! Digg hates me. We were friends a few years back. The bloggers around the world submit the awesome links to you and you helps us to give some traffic for our blog. It is win-win situation for both sides. I didn’t know that things has been changed until I submit one of my posts to that site today.
I got this error below as soon as I enter my link in yours. Look at the screenshot. How bad is that? Your development team didn’t create the overlay message properly and your QA failed to find out about it.
I’m sure you can’t even read your own message so I posted the text below.
Stop right there criminal scum!
This page may be a forgery or imitation of another website, designed to trick users into sharing personal or financial information. Entering any personal information on this page may result in identity theft or other abuse
It’s not the first time that you treat my site like a spam site, Digg! I will show you the email history that I and your support team had a couple of months back.
Digg Support – Nov 18
We use the Google Safe Browsing API to help prevent spam and malware from getting submitted to Digg.com. It appears that Google has flagged that domain. For more information please check the link provided below:
I went to Google Web Master tool and checked my site. I found no issue, Digg!
I replied to your support with this screenshot.
Digg support team – Nov 19~
We’ve contacted our development team who are investigating the issue, and will fix it as soon as possible. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions.
For more information, please see Digg’s FAQ section (http://about.digg.com/faq).
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After a few hours on the same day, they asked me to try again.
Try again now, it should work. Let us know if you’re still having problems
When I checked it again, I found that the issue has been fixed.
But today, the issue show up again. I’m not sure how you guys are handling the regression issue but it’s not cool if this issue keep on coming back again and again.
So Digg! do something about it!