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Complaints

Discussion in 'Lab Rules, Guidelines, Policies' started by Mark, Mar 26, 2009.

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    Mark

    Mark Moderator Staff Member

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    From the Forum Rules and Guidelines:

    Complaints

    If you find content which you feel is objectionable (spam/porn/illegal etc) or is otherwise breaking forum rules and guidelines, please refrain from openly attacking other members or posting derisory and/or personal comments as they may have done so in error.

    If you choose to do so, reputation score (those 'green blocks') may be removed (up to 20% off current standing). Suspension (permanent or otherwise) may also be considered.

    Instead, please click the [​IMG] button (Report Post), top right on each individual post, and describe your complaint. An admin or moderator will deal with the complaint as soon as possible.

    Constructive criticism is of course welcome (where appropriate**) but let's keep it civil, please. New members should be encouraged to participate and given guidance where appropriate.

    Please note that the complaint button is only to report spam, rule transgressions, hateful language, suspected illegal activity and similar - it should not be used just because you don't agree with what someone says or you feel your profession has been insulted in some way. In these cases, why not post a follow-up of your own and actually counter their statement with yours in a professional manner?

    **Premium Members may choose to leave promotional threads open for comment/enquiries however, members are requested not to offer criticism (thread trashing) where it is not invited.

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    In light of some recent threads asking for opinions; if you're sensitive to criticism (good old honest feedback) then please don't post.

    Overt 'attacks' on forums are a rare occurence these days and I'm confident that the UKBL™ membership are far too professional to give you unwarranted harsh critique just for the fun of it.

    Please be professional, courteous and take valid criticism on the chin gracefully. We're here to help! :hardhat:
     
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    Please respect our sponsors and advertisers by observing the above.
     
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    Further clarification.
     
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    Again... PLEASE use the report button rather than engage with suspected trolls/spammers. Doing so invariably multiplies the admin I have to do to clear up the mess. Offenders are liable to infraction (see above).

    Don't give them the oxygen of publicity they desire!
     
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