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Solved Forum ban issue

Post by dodgerturf on April 5th 2011, 9:59 am

Hello forumotion admin,

This query is to notify you on a positive feature of you being misused.forumotion has strict policy against users using nude pics in the forum by banning it.but here is a problem that forum owners are facing.

A user can register and post nude pics and use the same as avatars,and report an abuse with an intension of getting the forum banned.and it does get banned in a matters of hours(under 8-10 hours) without even a notification to the admin.

this has happened twice in my friend's forum and they are helpless about it.

what is the remedy to this setback?its sad to know that after putting in so much months of effort an time to build up the forum,a user can just come by and take it down in a matter of hours(6 hours)

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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by Sanket on April 5th 2011, 10:20 am

Lets make things clear. I am 100% sure forums are never taken down after seeing just one picture or 5 pictures.

Now, if a forum has a section called Adult Movies/Pics, thats when the intention of the forum is obvious & thats when the Forum is deleted without a warning.

So if you have a general Discussion Forum, supposedly you have a thread named Chit Chat. If that thread has adult pics/videos posted the intentions are clear someone has spammed.

So now you know the difference?

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Post by dodgerturf on April 5th 2011, 10:43 am

Previously this was exactly how thought it worked.but in this case therebwas no such sections or areas.the forum owners knew the t.o.s and they were managing a 5000+ members' forum until this user comes up and got it banned.they created a new forum and it was just 4 days old with sections/areas of a mobile im and mobile apps.today morning,this user was back with nude dp and signatures spamming the forum and the admin banned him,but the forum was off again
http://onlineguardian.net/results.php?verify=buzzclub.nstars.org#

i have a successful forum myself and I'm planning to get credits and make it more of an established one,but how can make sure this donhappen to me?

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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by Sanket on April 5th 2011, 3:54 pm

They can contest the decision. I am sure, thats not the case as you make it out to be.

See, whats the use for forumotion to ban a normal forum which gives them revenue from a 5000+ member forum?

Well the decision to spend credits rests upon you completely. Definitely paid hosts give you the freedom, but its upto you which host you choose.

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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by MrMario on April 5th 2011, 4:39 pm

Follow the Terms of Service and nothing will happen to your forum. Its as easy as it gets.

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Post by dodgerturf on April 5th 2011, 6:18 pm

@Sanket wrote:They can contest the decision. I am sure, thats not the case as you make it out to be.

See, whats the use for forumotion to ban a normal forum which gives them revenue from a 5000+ member forum?

Well the decision to spend credits rests upon you completely. Definitely paid hosts give you the freedom, but its upto you which host you choose.

Thanks for the info bro.If i purchase a domain from forumotion,will i still be bound to the t.o.s?

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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by dodgerturf on April 5th 2011, 6:28 pm

@MrMario wrote:Follow the Terms of Service and nothing will happen to your forum. Its as easy as it gets.

I make sure that the t.o.s is followed,but since this a user side havoc with an wrong intention,just needed to make sure.Btw,wont the admin be notified of the ban prior to it?

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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by MrMario on April 5th 2011, 8:17 pm

Please don’t double and or triple post. Post need to be separated by 24 hours before bumping, replying or adding more information. Please use the edit button.

No matter what, you are going to need to follow the Terms of Service because you are under Forumotion still, even if you buy something from your forum.

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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by dodgerturf on April 5th 2011, 9:15 pm

Thank you so much Sanket and MrMario for the quick responses.Will be contacting you for credit purchase infos.Thanks again.
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Solved Re: Forum ban issue

Post by MrMario on April 5th 2011, 9:49 pm

Solved => Locked

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