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Unwanted PM Policy

Postby Greg Jennings » Mon Nov 01, 2010 8:26 am

I need to add clarification to our policy.

I am all for a more laissez faire approach in PMs. You guys can have at each other in the PMs.

Well, you can do so till either party says "I do not wish to receive PMs from you again". If you PM anything after that, other than an apology and acknowledgement that you will PM them no more, it will be considered harrassment.

The first instance will be a temporary ban, the second permanent.

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Re: Unwanted PM Policy

Postby ACooper » Mon Nov 01, 2010 8:11 pm

Greg it is a sad state of affairs when this type of post even has to be made...
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Re: Unwanted PM Policy

Postby ezzy333 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:02 pm

ACooper wrote:Greg it is a sad state of affairs when this type of post even has to be made...



Very true but it does need to be stated for some that can't figure it out themselves. Plus anyone violating it knows that it won't be tolerated and they can be banned from the forum.

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Re: Unwanted PM Policy

Postby AzDoggin » Tue Nov 02, 2010 11:12 am

ACooper wrote:Greg it is a sad state of affairs when this type of post even has to be made...


I guess that "electronic harassment" is becoming quite a problem on some of the social networks (facebook, myspace, etc.). Heck a Nebraska football player this fall dropped a couple passes in a big game, and was (electronically) harassed to the point that he had to shut down his facebook account. Amazing.
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Re: Unwanted PM Policy

Postby ESetterLove » Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:06 am

Greg Jennings wrote:I need to add clarification to our policy.

I am all for a more laissez faire approach in PMs. You guys can have at each other in the PMs.

Well, you can do so till either party says "I do not wish to receive PMs from you again". If you PM anything after that, other than an apology and acknowledgement that you will PM them no more, it will be considered harrassment.

The first instance will be a temporary ban, the second permanent.

Greg Jennings.

Grant, your are without a doubt correct! Please remove my account as I don't care to associate myself with anyone that aligns themselves with HSUS or any major rescue organization.
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Re: Unwanted PM Policy

Postby Greg Jennings » Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:23 am

...well, I guess you all know who was sending the harrassing PMs and reacted badly to a polite request to stop.
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