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July 12, 2017, 05:50:24 AM
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Hi I was banned for 5 days, but the thing is, Didn't know the specific reason. Knowing the specific reason will allow, educate and prevent users to stop doing the wrong things. The only red banner showed at the top was, that I was banned for been spamming or sending private messages, so... is there a guide or example of spaming, or when to send or not to send private messages?  Promoting a website of a crypto project at the altcoins section is a reason to be considered a spammer and be blocked?

Is there a section where to contact the admins/moderators? and ask questions about this banned/blocked/censorship thingy?

So frustrating when you get banned and don't know why specifically! especially if you have to use the forum when promoting crypto projects!

I have seen a lot of idiots here with high ranks sharing non-creative and nonsense comments and they apparently do not get banned (?) some of them are even disrespectful telling other what to do or not to do, there are also a lot of haters and they don't get banned (apparently)


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July 12, 2017, 10:04:38 PM
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Hi,

I fully agree with you because I was banned for 7 days and didn't know the real reason !!

It's really annoying not to be able to contact admin or modo to ask an explication

Like you, I saw a lot of people post non creative messages without being banned ...
and like you, I think the most frustrating is when you have to use the forum for promoting crypto projects without being able to do !





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July 12, 2017, 10:11:46 PM
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You were banned for repeated ad spam.





Hi,

I fully agree with you because I was banned for 7 days and didn't know the real reason !!

It's really annoying not to be able to contact admin or modo to ask an explication

Like you, I saw a lot of people post non creative messages without being banned ...
and like you, I think the most frustrating is when you have to use the forum for promoting crypto projects without being able to do !
Guessing from the quality of your posts, you were probably banned for low value sig spam.

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