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Stresses How Much “He” or “She” Doesn’t Speak Your Language Very Well Starting the conversation with the “sorry excuse my bad English” line is clever because it makes the user more forgiving and less suspicious of some of the aforementioned bot patterns.
Try to be patient because it could be rude if you accuse the person of being a bot when they really are struggling with English.
Sends a Link Without You Asking for One Unless the link is directly related to a topic you brought up of your own will, it is most likely spam. Asks for Personal Financial Information Real person or not, receiving a message asking for any personal financial information such as your credit card number means it’s time to say goodbye.
Repeat Answers When people chat with bots, they are punching data into a series of if-then interactions.
There’s only so much time to code, so some responses might have more than one trigger.
Taking the offensive can be necessary — and helpful for your safety — when you encounter bots that don’t make the above mistakes without any prompt.
Here are some tips from programmers and people who have encountered these pretenders: Asking the Right Questions (As in the Weird Ones) Account executive and self-described “computer geek” Chris Orris has encountered chatbots and offered some advice to Talkspace.