Lack of security needs to change.



  • callmewhateveryouwant

    I actually aggre even tough I saw discord ban some people who I reported anyways user bots, etc are really bad but giving like a private feedback would be useful for situations like these.

  • Corry

    I left that server a long time ago after Discord started to show bots' mutual servers, and I discovered all the DM bots came from the Opidium server. It's annoying to me, to be spammed almost daily by different DM bots that I can't simply just mute or block, as they just generate new bots to spam, and disabling my DMs from server members would restrict my communications from real users. Some bots even sent unwanted NSFW in my DMs. That server breaks the current May 19th Community Guidelines' sections:

    1. You may not sell your account or your server. 

    Reasons being they essentially sell bot accounts to their consumers; making presumably, hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. 

    1. You may not use self-bots or user-bots to access Discord.

    They have a multitude of accounts that DM spam everyone, sometimes even trying to impersonate regular users or other bots. This would frame other users or bots of being the ones breaking Guidelines, but thankfully, this isn't possible since Discord's developer mode lets us obtain user or bot IDs to confirm the real culprit.