So, as of recently; There have been many bots going around disguising as a speedily growing discord bot that I personally own named ServerMate. These bots have been being mistakenly invited to various users servers, these bots then go and DM advertise the bot owners server to everyone poor enough to be in the server with the fake bot. This has ended in me sending various requests to discord to remove the bots involved and their owners. But, this normally only results in the bot being banned from discord and not the bot creator. These bots have been ranging in imitations of bots such as Partner Bot, ServerMate, Dyno and many others.
So, what I want to do here is to have either one of two options decided to be added, I would like you to post #1 or #2 depending on what you want to happen in response below
Here is what I am suggesting:
#1 - Hold back bot creation if they hold certain similarities to larger discord bots, such as mine and others (I know mine isn't that big, but it doesn't matter):
This would simply result in a red box being shown if a bot seems to imitate a name AND icon from another discord bot, as if it were trying to look just like it as many of these copies do. This red box would tell the developer that discord will check over the changes that they wish to make to the bot and if the agent who checks the bot sees it as potentially malicious or purposely misleading, the changes will be denied and the bot could be possibly removed and the bot owner could maybe receive a strike on their discord account.
#2 - Display a red bar on a DM from a bot:
Since many of these bots end up mass DMing users from various servers and locations (and are most likely the first DM the user has received from the specific bot), the API should be able to easily pick up this purposeful spam of identical messages and display a red bar at the top of the DM saying that the bot could be for a misleading or malicious purpose and if they would like they could report it to the trust and safety team (Just like for example; if you delete a message in a server)
Hopefully this explains what I would like well, if not; ask me and I will try to get back to you ASAP.
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