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June 24, 2017, 03:36:10 PM
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I checked my profile today and some 5-6 of my recent posts were missing.
I am sure enough I didn't delete them. Also got no message from mod team about post delete.
Can I know what happened actually? Huh Huh

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June 24, 2017, 03:41:04 PM
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Can I know what happened actually?
A thread which you've posted in was moved to the trash can.

Its going to affect my signature earnings!!  Huh Huh
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June 24, 2017, 03:51:33 PM
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Can I know what happened actually?
A thread which you've posted in was moved to the trash can.
Do we have access to trash can? I want to see which threads were moved there.

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June 24, 2017, 03:52:13 PM
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You posted in a thread by https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1037049 cryptoinna which was trashed because it was a bot copying and pasting content.

Can I know what happened actually?
A thread which you've posted in was moved to the trash can.
Do we have access to trash can? I want to see which threads were moved there.

No. Only Staff do.

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June 24, 2017, 03:57:17 PM
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You posted in a thread by https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1037049 cryptoinna which was trashed because it was a bot copying and pasting content.

Can I know what happened actually?
A thread which you've posted in was moved to the trash can.
Do we have access to trash can? I want to see which threads were moved there.

No. Only Staff do.

Ok thanks for info.

Its going to affect my signature earnings!!  Huh Huh
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A classic example of 'Crypto world spammer problems'. Roll Eyes

Well, this is wrong to say. How could I know whether thread was copied or not by bot as far as thread leads to productive discussion.

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June 24, 2017, 07:07:48 PM
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The same thing happened to my account too but I was thinking its due to quality of post but in that case I get a message to that effect though. Is there a way one can even know the exact one that has been deleted because its only the last post count that change.
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June 24, 2017, 08:06:57 PM
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Well, this is wrong to say. How could I know whether thread was copied or not by bot as far as thread leads to productive discussion.
You shouldn't be caring about your signature campaign earnings enough for it to be an issue.



Is there a way one can even know the exact one that has been deleted because its only the last post count that change.
Not that I know of, unless you manually recall all threads you post in. Not that it matters though, since the thread would be gone.
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June 26, 2017, 06:46:49 AM
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Can I know what happened actually?
A thread which you've posted in was moved to the trash can.

That's why you should pick the threads that you will reply on since not all topics are constructive and some are trashy so trashy things should be placed to where it belong i.e. trash cans.

Its going to affect my signature earnings!!  Huh Huh
Yes, luckily.

A classic example of 'Crypto world spammer problems'. Roll Eyes
The real deal is this. I thought you were curious and what's going on but in the end you were concerned of your "signature earnings."
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June 28, 2017, 10:17:18 PM
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Can I know what happened actually?
A thread which you've posted in was moved to the trash can.

That's why you should pick the threads that you will reply on since not all topics are constructive and some are trashy so trashy things should be placed to where it belong i.e. trash cans.

Its going to affect my signature earnings!!  Huh Huh
Yes, luckily.

A classic example of 'Crypto world spammer problems'. Roll Eyes
The real deal is this. I thought you were curious and what's going on but in the end you were concerned of your "signature earnings."


Your point is legit and I hate spammers too, however I wouldn't blame someone just for being concerned about their activity rank because that is just as legit. Especially given how obscure it seems to be, i.e. not explained as clearly as it could be and sort of hidden in threads that are a little hard to find. A good professional forum would have Community Rules highlighted at the top so newcomers could get on board and up to speed right away.

As for trashy threads, you're perfectly right but again: if a thread has been allowed to get started at all then it must have been approved by a moderator. And if the title was so trashy and not constructive to belong in the bin, why did the moderator leave it instead of binning it straight away??? The way I see it is that no matter how trashy a thread might be, if it's there then people have the right to reply and their activity should be counted.

The truth is that the people in charge of this forum would rather have as much traffic as possible to show for, however trashy their threads, rather than put in an effort to filter quality at the source.
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