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Web 2.0 allowed?

Discussion in 'Support & Feedback' started by Jin Well, Dec 23, 2013.

  1. #1
    Is Web 2.0 allowed on DP? I saw some threads recently.
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    Jin Well, Dec 23, 2013 IP
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  2. ryan_uk

    ryan_uk Illustrious Member

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    I also suspect @Jin Well should have asked for the initial likes (except for the one from @ryan_uk ). She got all the 3 likes so quickly and she started all the BST threads and never got any likes at the earlier pace. I wanted to report it earlier but this is just my suspicion and I do not have any proofs to substantiate this.
     
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    Densely Well-Known Member

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    is there any way to permanently ban these kind of scammers.
    DP should also take some sort of measure to reduce these kind of scamming.
     
    Densely, Jan 1, 2014 IP
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    Mods/Admin cannot help us on the transaction which happened outside DP. However, now I will report the "likes" received by him/her. If moderators find it suspicious, they can remove it and downgrade the status from "established" member.
     
    kingofking, Jan 1, 2014 IP
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    You are doing a great job. Carry on my frnd.
     
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    What am I missing? I haven't heard that term in at least half a decade.
     
    subdivisions, Jan 1, 2014 IP
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    I feel a great deal of shame for having "liked" a scammer (albeit their post) and this has been rectified.

    Do you mean web 2.0? This has been alive and kicking with spammers/black hats and will continue to whilst they bury their head in the sand.
     
    ryan_uk, Jan 2, 2014 IP
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    No worries.. it happens someone.
    Even I also fall into his scam and lost my money.
     
    Densely, Jan 2, 2014 IP