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For RepairAssist.

Your tagline is not inline with your replies. That is, you write about keyboards, but the link is not about keyboards but a commercial site.

If you persist, you will be banned and your posts removed.


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Perveyer of information...

In reply to: For RepairAssist.

Hi Bob,
I have only registered on cnet forums today, so I am a relative newbie. After being asked to assist with some Toshiba issues I was refered to the forum and noted alot of Posts for Toshiba related problems for which I am priviliged to alot of Toshiba confidential information which I am happy to filter and pass on to members looking for help.
I refer to the url for which is also an information site ( no ads, no joining fee, no subscription, no commercial content.) because I supply alot of the content for that site to help people with laptop issues - FREE.
If I am breaching some CNET forum guidlines by supplying free useful information please let me know what is allowed.
I'm also not familiar with your "tagline" reference, can you please elaborate on that for me.
I assure you I am just looking to answer some questions for forum users, pure and simple.
If my info was not valid or useful I will cease to post information on this particular forum immediately.

Appreciate your input.


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Here's the passage you are tripping over.

In reply to: Perveyer of information...

"It is permissible for members to mention services or products that are provided by them or the companies with which they are affiliated, as long as the information is germane to the topic, is not a blatant advertisement, and the members mention their affiliation with the company in the content of the message. "

You are blatently advertising your company and as such your posts will be stripped since you didn't mention your affiliation.


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Please read the fine print or Moderators will seek punish.

In reply to: Here's the passage you are tripping over.

Thanks Bob,
Your Welcoming approach to new members is overwhelming.
Maybe I should have read the fine print before blantently providing information in such manner. Thanks for your dilagence in stamping out the random posting of useful and relevant information.

hoorah for you, another feather in your cap...


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I don't make the rules here.

In reply to: Please read the fine print or Moderators will seek punish.

Just like any forum, you have these rules to abide by.

You could just follow the rules and pitch in.

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Rules accepted

In reply to: I don't make the rules here.

No worries Bob.

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