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    User rules question.

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    Moderators,

    So posting a copy of questionable PM messages in the forum is against TOS? or not?

    What if it would be prudent for an Op to hear this?

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    What do you mean by questionable? If anything in the PM is in violation of the Terms of Service and you post it, the contents of that post will be your responsibility.
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    Right,

    So I received a message from somebody, registered in 2004, but only posting 6 messages in total, the same day prior.

    They were all in the "increase your post count'" thread, and their message to me was asking for a dialogue pertaining to my Canadian IMG situation. (where I stand, school, etc). They asked me to email them directly. They claimed that they had gone through this route and could offer me advice.

    You can see why I hesitated.

    Given that my posts on this forum regarding said experience haven't been the most flattering, I had to question this post. (I have posted hitertofore not on some political mission, but just so that there is a record of the true experience).

    FYI.

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