The most common reason people post fake news on Reddit is because they want to be able to post it without being banned, according to a Reddit user who asked to remain anonymous for fear of being called a “scammer.”
The user, whose username is “TheWiz,” said he’s been “worried” about posting fake content in the subreddit for years, but when he began using it to promote himself on Reddit last year, it was an “unbelievable shock” to see so many people posting such false information about him and his company, which makes fake news videos.
He said that when people started posting fake information, he decided to start using the subreddit as a “safe space” to discuss topics with people who were not Redditors.
He added that he’s also received messages from Reddit users saying he’s a scammer, because the subreddit has “been the most supportive of Reddit’s community in the past year.”
The most recent major Reddit update was last month’s overhaul of the subreddit, which brought a new feature called “Ban Banned” to Reddit.
Users can now choose to ban users who have been banned from Reddit for posting content, but those bans cannot be removed without a subreddit administrator’s approval.
The user explained that this is the same concept Reddit has for “banned subreddits” that can be removed by the subreddit’s administrators.
TheWiz, who goes by the name The_Wiz_Dude on Reddit, said that he started using the new feature last year when he was trying to get rid of fake content posted by people who wanted to make money off of his video.
“I found out that people were getting paid off by people they never even met,” he said.
“So I made videos with people and then I made more videos.
I was like, this is great, this sounds great, I can make money.”
He said he has no idea how much he makes on the videos.
“There are no links on the video.
There are no screenshots on the page,” he explained.
“It’s basically just a YouTube video of a guy making money off a video that’s already made.
It’s not a video you’d see on a YouTube channel.”
TheWiseDude said that despite this, he’s seen a lot of “people” using Reddit to post fake content.
“People have been making a lot out of it,” he added.
“They are trying to make it sound like they’re on Reddit for money, but they’re actually trying to scam people.”
The person said that some of the fake content has included his own personal information, and that some Reddit users who posted it have since taken the video down.
“Some people have been trying to take credit for my videos,” he admitted.
“A lot of times people have taken credit for stuff I’ve posted.”
When TheWisDude started using Reddit as a forum for promoting his videos, he said he started getting a lot more negative comments.
He also found that he got more posts about him, as well as threats and “harassment” from users.
“When you start posting a lot and you get a lot, you just start to think that maybe there’s something going on,” TheWist said.
The person who posted the fake news about TheWitDude told TheWisteDude that he and the other person who made the video did not contact him directly to stop the posts.
He claimed that TheWispDude had tried contacting him and other Reddit users to tell them to stop posting the content, and to “stop lying to Reddit.”
“It makes you think it’s going to be okay for some of these people to come here and just lie to Reddit and tell Reddit what they want it to say, and it’s just kind of hard to tell,” the user said.
When TheUserDude asked TheWistonDude why he was making the videos, TheWitteDude replied that he was posting them because he wanted to spread the word about his company and “make money.”
“I’m just trying to share my experience with other people who are looking for a job in the video game industry,” TheUser said.
He explained that he first began making videos after being contacted by a friend who wanted him to make a video about the Nintendo Switch.
The Friend asked TheUser if he could make a game for Nintendo.
TheUser declined the offer, and TheUser posted his first video about a game called Super Mario Odyssey on Reddit.
The friend, who had also reached out to TheUser, said TheUser had made the Super Mario video to get attention and help him get a job.
TheFriend said that TheUser’s Super Mario adventure video was made with the help of a third party software developer and had been posted on YouTube, Twitch, and Reddit.
“He was trying really hard to