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September 09, 2018, 12:11:41 PM
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I guess he's a BM who wants to bump his threads :

Tactic

https://archive.fo/tVJOZ


thanks for participating



90% of his posts are like this. It's either this or "hello", "Welcome", "thank you", "good"...

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September 09, 2018, 12:49:40 PM
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Report to moderator is the best option for you. Mostly newbies do these kind of posts. If you find the same person is doing repetitive post in different topics then report two/three posts and on the comment section suggest the mod to view the post history for more spammy posts.

This works very well for me, I hope it will work the same for you too.

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September 09, 2018, 01:11:03 PM
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Report to moderator is the best option for you. Mostly newbies do these kind of posts. If you find the same person is doing repetitive post in different topics then report two/three posts and on the comment section suggest the mod to view the post history for more spammy posts.

This works very well for me, I hope it will work the same for you too.


I'm talking about a BM here, a BM bumping his threads with useless posts, not a newbie spamming for his sig or to rank up so it's not a mod but a DT that's needed here.

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September 09, 2018, 01:33:47 PM
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I'm talking about a BM here, a BM bumping his threads with useless posts, not a newbie spamming for his sig or to rank up so it's not a mod but a DT that's needed here.
So report them to moderator.

Sometimes they use twitter reports to bump their topics, I've noticed and reported similar behavior several times already, just write in comments "they use twitter reports to bump thread several times per day" and report all bumps - but be careful, if it is only one bump a day they are allowed to do so. Of course, they need to delete old bumps.

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