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Spoiled.io sends anonymous Game of Thrones spoilers to all your worst enemies

The most sinister prank you can play on a GoT fan.

Justin Yu Associate Editor / Reviews - Printers and peripherals
Justin Yu covered headphones and peripherals for CNET.
Justin Yu
2 min read

Not gonna lie -- I tried watching the first season of "Game of Thrones" but couldn't get into it (sorry), but I have plenty of friends that do and I can't wait to hit them back with Spoiled.io, the most evil prank you can play on a Game of Thrones fan.

The idea is simple: go to Spoiled.io and fill out the fields with your name, your email address, the phone number of your worst enemy (or just a really forgiving friend), and your credit card information.

Once you authorize the $0.99 (roughly £0.67 UK or AU$1.32 ) charge, Spoiled.io will live up to its name and send "shocking revelations" every week right after a new GoT episode airs.

With only the finale remaining, this is a huge opportunity to inflict maximum damage on your victim. And in case you were wondering, you can sign up with an international number and your card info is securely protected by Stripe for all transactions.

Wait, at least that's what the FAQ on the website says...

Plot twist: What if the person behind the site was actually a scorned Game of Thrones fan that lived through a bad spoiler and is now just harvesting credit card info for all that would dare to spoil in the future?!

Whoa. Seems plausible to me, although the site says the idea was inspired by this sad story of a scorned ex-girlfriend that turned to GoT spoilers to take revenge.

What do you think? Would you use this service? What would you do if someone signed you up? Sound off in the comments below.