This Website Auto Message Your Enemies With GOT & Other Spoilers

It turns out that the new season of your favorite series has begun, but you have not yet been able to see it. You’ve taken days off at work, you’ve turned off your cell phone and you’ve disconnected the Internet so you do not hear spoilers. Suddenly, you hear the neighbor shout through the paper walls with which they build the floors: “Hey, they have been charged to **** in Game of Thrones!!!!”
This Website Auto Message Your Enemies With GOT & Other Spoilers


We’ve all eaten once a spoiler of a series because of one WhatsApp from a friend neglected or embarrassing headline on Twitter or Facebook. It is a problem that becomes current now that the seventh season of Game of Thrones is about to be released, the 16th of July. If you have not yet seen the last trailer, do not miss it.

Enrique Benitez is a xerophyte sick of his friends destroying his favorite series because of the spoilers. He planned to get revenge, but the problem is that if you send them a Whatsapp message or an email with a spoiler they know who sent it, and they can bombard you with more spoilers. That is why he has launched the web Spoil Your Enemies, a page that serves just that task: send spoilers to your enemies, anonymously.


Spoil Your Enemies sends anonymous SMS to the phone numbers you indicate, containing spoilers of the most well-known series of your choice: Game of Thrones, The Arrow, Stranger Things, etc.

The spoilers are automated, but you can send your own texts if you so indicate the author of the website. Soon he will add more spoilers evil, as he calls them both series and movies, as well as the ability to read the responses of the victims.

The only impairment that has this web to send series spoilers to your enemies is that it is paid. It is actually logical, taking into account that when sending SMS anonymously through its anonymization system, the author himself has to pay for the SMS that he sends. The service costs $2 and you have the right to send six spoilers to six different numbers.

We do not think it is very successful, as there are not many people who are willing to pay to send spoilers, but we sense that Spoil Your Enemies aims to exorcise the frustration produced by spoilers of friends, instead of making money.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.





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