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Posted Mar 12, '08 at 1:19pm

Pfhortipfhy

Pfhortipfhy

75 posts

There is an individual who has posted mindless comments repeatedly in one of the more serious forums, and instead of marking each of his/her posts with a flag, could there be a way for us to report users for a more serious infraction upon the rules?

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 1:27pm

mrtim

mrtim

2,051 posts

thats what im thinking....i saw this guy advertise on 1 game...I go and check his profile and I saw that he/she did it in multiple times.....

I think you go to contact page but I dont know which subject it will be as....

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 1:58pm

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,553 posts

What I do is find your mod of choice and leave a message on their walls.

Or there is always SHOPS. Which works just as well, providing you contact the right people and become a member.

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 2:20pm

Kendu10

Kendu10

218 posts

That would be nice idea to report user.:)

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 2:24pm

idrumtomuch

idrumtomuch

116 posts

Or you could just suck it up and deal with it?

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 3:13pm

Carlie

Carlie

6,915 posts

Knight

idrumtomuch, be nice!

I would agree with Devoidless, the best way to report a user is to inform one of the moderators about them, or posting them in SHOPS. Personally, I check my wall and SHOPS periodically to see if there are any user complaints. From there, I can investigate it further.

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 3:56pm

Asherlee

Asherlee

5,189 posts

Knight

I also do the same. The best thing is to report to either me, Carlie, or dank.

One of us is almost always on, so it will be taken care of fast.

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 5:44pm

idrumtomuch

idrumtomuch

116 posts

Seems extremely ineffecient.

 

Posted Mar 12, '08 at 7:09pm

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,553 posts

Really. I beg to differ.

Besides, just because you may not see it at work or it's effects does not mean it is not working. Like a ninja. A ninja does his job and, if done properly, no one in the wiser.

 
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