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May 15, 2018, 06:29:48 PM
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I think it's very unfair if we only blame the campaign manager if his participants do a lot of spamming/shitposting. Yeah! He is wrong somehow for not picking a good quality poster, but at the end, he is not the one who did the violation. The one who did misconduct (spammer/shitposter) should be the one who must face the consequences.

With due respect, blaming the campaign managers is totally appropriate...and most effective. Why should admins and moderators be forced to police campaigns when they must watch everyone else?

The campaign manager and company conducting the campaign should be highly responsible for the activity and traffic they create on this forum. If you hold these people accountable they will enforce better scrutiny over the quality of posts coming from their participants.

The shitposter should also be penalized, but it starts with the campaign manager. If the campaign kicks out a shitposter, that person will likely have much less activity on this forum...thereby fixing a lot of the problem.

JetCash is spot on with his assessment!

The spammers are wearing the signature of the campaign, and their conduct will reflect on the reputation of the product that is being advertised. If the campaign manager doesn't care about this reputation, then it probably indicates that it is a short term product, and probably a ponzi or scam. Obviously if this is the case, then only the naive or stupid will purchase the product.

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