This answer from March 28, 2020, which appears to be spam was brought to my attention in the Charcoal chat room when a user commented that their spam flag on that post had aged away. I have also flagged it as spam, but it seems that there has still not been any action other than downvoting.
This is the answer (redactions by me to avoid publicizing spam):
It's best to include surface shading in your design patent drawings to prevent a rejection by the US patent office. Design patents are all about the visual representation and understanding the overall structure. Often times the structure may be understood without the shading but why take the chance. Hire a good professional patent illustrator who will provide fully shaded design drawings in a format the uspto prefers. [company name redacted] out of [location redacted] provides a professional service [website redacted].
Is this spam? If so, could we get it handled? If not, why?