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Forum Rules

Postby The Management » 26 Nov 2009 03:56

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Additional Points of Moderation Policy
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Generally, moderation will be handled in the first instance by PM to the offender(s), identifying the violation and consequences of further violations, or by a public post by the moderator(s), indicating to all that a post or thread is getting near the limits. That is a warning shot.

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Disclaimer
Do not treat anything posted on this forum by anyone - including the site's management - as investment advice. Do your own due diligence or consult a financial professional before proceeding.
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