This is at least the fifth steam request I’ve gotten from one of these accounts. They always have level 0 steam accounts, with random gibberish syllabic names, their profile is always private, and when I add them they very quickly; sometimes immediately, send me messages telling me that their friend tried to add me to trade but they hit friend limit so i should visit their steam profile. The link is of course a link to a phishing website with one letter of the steamcommunity.com url mistyped, which letter changes every time. I receive them what seems like every time I bump a post on tf2outpost. If you are friended by one of these accounts, and they send you a link. DO NOT GO TO THAT PAGE. I haven’t even visited the websites at all because it might just be a flatout virus page, but I’m certain that if they’re like any other phishing website out there, when you try to send them a trade or preform any action on that website, you will be told you have to log in, and then when you do they have your account information. It will look exactly like the steam website interface, the only difference is the url and where that login information goes. If you get befriended by one of these bots, report them for phishing and move on, unfortunately there’s not a lot that can be done to prevent these phishing bots in general, but getting as many individual bots out of circulation as possible will help.
I want an ass so perfect it looks like it was animated by Capcom.