This question is prompted by this sugar daddy question, which is the third sugar daddy question I have seen in only a few months. Sorry, but I cannot give you links to the others because it would take too long to find them.
I am also writing this at the invitation of Ganesh Sittampalam, moderator, who said in a comment on this question by DJClayworth:
Moderators can manually remove questions from HNQ. Could you start a meta discussion specifically about establishing a policy that we should always do it for questions about scams? If it's agreed I'd certainly be happy to implement that, either when I see things organically or in response to flags. (emphasis added.)
What do users think about this proposal?
Do users think that scam questions are valuable because they are a service to confused people, or because they generate interest in the site, or for some other reason? Or do users think that sugar daddy questions or Nigerian Prince questions or other obvious scam questions should be discouraged by removing from the HNQ List (when they occur there) and by downvoting, VTCing, flagging, and using whatever other options we have?
Hmmm, that paragraph wasn't exactly a neutrally phrased question, was it? Feel free to react non-neutrally!
Finally, this question complements the Meta question that I linked to the second paragraph, but this question is about a specific action that a moderator has suggested as an option. Thus it is not a duplicate.