Although it's frustrating, spam accounts being created on your site are generally no cause for concern. Although there is no monetary penalty from Uscreen for these spam accounts, we encourage you to delete them before the accounts get charged to avoid chargebacks, fees, and problems with the payment provider.
Spam accounts with no payment information
You can delete the spam accounts manually or provide us with a CSV export of the accounts you want to have deleted in bulk. Please, reach out to us if you wish to have help deleting them. Bulk requests of this nature can take up to 7-10 business days to be fulfilled. Please, follow these directions to obtain a CSV export of those accounts.
Spam accounts with payment information
You can also find random accounts being created with credit cards associated. In this case, someone is likely trying to test stolen credit cards. It means you want to act fast, but no need to panic!
We're happy to help delete the subscriptions, card information, and accounts. We will also issue refunds to any of the cards that were charged (in case your subscriptions did not have trials or if one-time transactions were completed). All you need to do is provide us with a CSV export of the accounts you want to have deleted in bulk. As mentioned above, you can reach us from your dashboard or by emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with the CSV export.
NOTE: If you have Stripe, you should consider enabling more stringent anti-fraud options, such as setting up Stripe Radar Rules, enabling CVV check, zip code check, and any other anti-fraud measures Stripe offers.
In addition, if, while in Stripe, you notice that the fraud accounts are coming from a specific country where you do not expect to sell content, you could geo-block your site for that country.
Create a CSV of spam account information
To get the CSV report, you should navigate to the People tab, then under the second People tab, click on Export CSV. In the file, you can filter or delete all valid rows so only spam accounts will remain.