There are two slippery slopes that we can fall on as a community. Being too lax let's the spammers and jerks ruin the day. But be too strict and we end up becoming TOO hard which is making Wikipedia an unfriendly place. I know that in the early days Wikipedia was a lot more loose in their policies, and as they grew became stricter and stricter in their editorial guidelines.
The reason why I dislike these reports is because they're not really products. They seem to be coming from yandy.com (not safe for work link keep in mind), but is Yandy a reseller, or the manufacturer AND seller? If they're the manufacturer and seller then at least they're real products that can be reviewed, people can comment on them, etc.
Actually, thinking about it more, there's really 2 forces at work here.
1) the pace of adding products
2) the quality of the reports
If the reports were of the same quality, but were only being added once a day, it wouldn't be as big of a deal. I think the fact that they're low quality means that they EACH have to be checked to ensure that each one is acceptable for the site (content wise, and spam-link wise). So doing 50-100 a day is obviously quite a bit of effort, its not a TON of effort maybe 30 minutes to check them all, but what happens if there are 5 dianadianas? 10? All of a sudden the site can get overwhelmed pretty quickly with these garbage reports that nobody will check.
Now if dianadiana did a better job on these (I want to keep in mind they're not HORRIBLE reports or anything like that) such that a mod didn't have to check every single report, then the amount of effort into moderating them is less, and the site could handle a higher load.
So from a policy perspective, I don't want to ban/delete all of these reports. As it is right now, they're not worth the effort to go back and delete them, the system is setup so that they fall into the system pretty quickly and don't clutter the site up. But going forward policy wise I think we should put a limit on the rate that people can post poor quality copy and pasted reports. We keep that in check so that we don't get overrun in the future, but at the same time don't become TOO strict and limit potential good contributions.