Wireclub Forum Rules & Guidelines

Malobear
Malobear: These new rules and guidelines have been drawn up in the last few days and I think it is important that everyone in this forum reads and understand them. I have been assigned to Mod this forum as well as some more and Ruby and myself will work close together.

Hello and welcome to Wireclub Forums! Feel free to post as much or as little as you desire as there's no limit to the amount of threads you are allowed to create. Wireclub is a clean community that respects everyone's opinions and encourages all of our members to post their thoughts on anything and everything as long as it's appropriate content with no nudity, profanity, racism, homophobia, excessive violence, or isn't offensive in nature. If there are any threads or posts you'd like to report, copy the link to the thread and send it to any moderator with your message entitled "Forum Report".

It's ok that you may not get along with other users but "flaming" or instigating conflict by posting negative / offensive replies with the intent to upset others is against Wireclub's Terms of Service. Provocation or provoking others into disputes is also not allowed. Do not post other Wireclub member's content without their permission. Please keep the language appropriate as it is a public forum accessible by users as young as 13 years of age. Even misspelling a bad word to bypass the language rule still counts as inappropriate conduct. Any topic that involves kids is not condoned as it's considered an inappropriate subject. Soliciting, spamming, and posting personal information such as phone numbers, addresses, and emails are all violations of the Terms of Service.

A moderator can message you regarding Forum Conduct at any time to notify you of anything that may be considered inappropriate, non-compliance may result in a user's account being temporarily suspended. Violating any of the rules and guidelines established by Wireclub's Terms of Service may also result in a user's account being temporarily suspended. Repeat offenses may result in a user's account being closed.

For more information on our Terms of Service policy: http://www.wireclub.com/about/terms
(Edited by Malobear)
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