Yeah this is the exact same crap that TF tried to pull
Just ask yourself if you really trust some random anonymously run blog site to hold ~$12,000 of your money
for you (100 BTC). It would be nice if the (already fairly explicit) warning/confirmation message the client gives when adding trust were to give the warning in a few different phrasings to make it clear(er) what people are doing.
Still, no matter what it says there will always be fools that click where they're told without thinking. Nigerian spam e-mail that is "obviously" a scam still gets set for a reason (hint: because it still works some of the time).