Something Happened To Your Post And You're In A Panic?

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Well, if you do all these things:

1. Send me a direct email
2. Use the report post button to report about it
3. Post about it in the main forum
4. Open a support ticket about it


I'm going to disable your ass entirely for a full month.

Come on now, good grief. ONE of those options above are enough. We have enough email and tickets to deal with without someone doing ALL of the above.

Like someone just did over a WSO...
#internet marketing #happened #panic #post
  • Profile picture of the author admin
    Yes I do Mike...actually it's the only option that works:

    Warrior Forum Helpdesk

    eMailing me directly definitely doesn't work.

    Posting about it in the forum is going to end up getting someone canned.

    And using the abuse button to report a WSO that dropped down a few pages is just completely nuts and could get the thread deleted entirely by accident.
    • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
      Hey Allen do you realise that the above post is your 5,000. Are you going to do something cool to celebrate?
    • Profile picture of the author lakshaybehl
      Originally Posted by admin View Post

      Yes I do Mike...actually it's the only option that works:

      Warrior Forum Helpdesk

      I thought so... And I will use that ONLY if needed... Cuzz I don't wanna be banned from this place for a month. hehehe.
  • Profile picture of the author Frank Ayres
    At least now we know for future
    • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
      BIG Mike,

      Funny how you're able to blend humor to it..

      Admin Sir,

      Yes Sir..Thanks for the info, will keep it in mind.

      Now, how about that 5000 post eh..

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