Ecard scams and things you would rather not see on Twitter are nothing new and neither will be going away soon either.
Now, however, it would appear that we see the two working in tandem.
A couple of recent updates from them advise users of the service not to visit a site called SmartECard.com –
Please make sure you do not visit any site calling itself TheSmartECard.com; it appears to be phishing-related.
Additionally, there is also a new update about a possibly related site, Twaniac.com –
Please also avoid anything related to Twaniac.com as they’re from the people behind TheSmartECard.com
Fortunately, I’ve only had a couple of people who are promoting that website follow me (must have something to do with my Twitter username) but others, such as @davkal, would appear to be somewhat annoyed at the number of spammy followers they are getting right now –
I don’t know about you but I certainly won’t be following anyone promoting that website!