Not surprisingly, when the bad guys get a foot in, they take full advantage, and that's exactly what they're doing over at Formspring.me. Having started a campaign, and Formspring seemingly doing nothing to prevent it, the surge is continuing, with new ones being created every day so far.
Thanks to someone that used to work for them, those that were reported to him, have been taken care of, but that's simply not good enough. Formspring need to desperately do more to prevent this, and given the content appears identical or near identical each time, you'd have thought this a simple enough process.
This isn't helped by the fact the WhoIs for Formspring.me is woefully out of date. The number doesn't exist, and Chris advised me he's not worked for them for some time now. Incidentally, trying to call Formstack led me on a journey of "lets see if he'll stay on hold" funnage, that led to my being told to leave a name and number (otherwise known as "lets claim everyone else is dealing with someonen, and throw them to an answering machine).
A running list of known URLs so far (most thankfully suspended at the time of writing);
Alert: formspring.me abuse surge