I would read it as: "inet" = Internet, "mkt" = market.
Unfortunately no obvious clue to me, If you hadn't noticed the cut and paste, well spotted, I might have taken the bait and wasted time trying to reply to the OP here.
I'm not sure how many mods are looking at the forums on the weekend. Plus, in order to spot this sort of thing, they have to remember that they've seen it before. In the end, I'm reasonably sure the mods are dependent on *us* to spot copy and paste posts. Most of the time, anyway.
All hail the truly awesome Liz.liz wrote: ↑Sat Aug 04, 2018 5:39 pmI've banned the OP. (See note in first post.) The mods are dealing with a huge number of these apparently innocent posts at the moment; very occasionally one might get through (whoever approved this probably didn't see the other one), but we're doing our very best to filter them. Please have some patience; this isn't a fun job for us!
There's only so much that can be done. As I noted in this thread (and took grief from many):
In addition, from what has been said, this latest crop of spammers start with doing a copy/paste of an existing post, so it *looks* like a legitimate post. As a result, we can help by spotting any duplicate posts by a different poster.droleary wrote: ↑Sun Aug 05, 2018 2:19 pmThere's only so much that can be done. As I noted in this thread (and took grief from many):
the educational mission of the RPF makes it difficult to simply eliminate these sorts of stupid-sounding posters. Neither does the forum software seem to offer many options when a suspicious post gets through. I can (and do) foe them, for what little good that does, and I can flag them, but it's a fine line between an ignorant newbie and a malicious troll. If it were possible to restrict new users to posting to Beginners, that might be a good first step.