…Not exactly. This is a form of spam that is going around on AIM. The link takes you to a site where the spammer gets paid if you fill it out. It’s important to not click links from people you don’t know, and even if you do, do it with caution!
It’s not that someone doesn’t have a crush on you, but this example is just spam.
There isn’t a way to stop these notices, but you can report them to AOL. Every time you report them, it will instantly “warn” them and help the AIM (and their anti-spam technology) identify spammers and kick them offline.
Here is what it looks like:
No, they don’t have an AIM CRUSH on you, instead just report it as Spam.
Of course, you can always just allow only the buddies on your Buddy List, but someone who does have a crush on you won’t be able to tell you.
It appears some of the volume of this spam has minimized. (I used to get about 10 SPIMs a day of this context, now I get three. After many complaints people have discovered the company responsible for the spam. You may contact them and share your gratitude for their affiliates spamming for them. Their phone number is, 1-800-416-6129.