Forum Use and Warnings
Posted 30 May 2010 - 10:39 AM
Every user starts with a warn level of Zero (0) %. Boardies can only see their own warn levels - only Admins and Mods can see other members' warning history. To see the reason for a warning, click on the link marked "Warn Status" under your profile page. Clinking on the link opens a new page showing you, as a member, which
Admin or Moderator issue the warning to you and why. The Admin / Mod should have entered a reason at the time of your warning - if not, ask an Admin or Mod find out for you. Offences typically resulting in warnings are (in no particular order):
- Insults against the Thai Royal Family
- Racist Commentary
- References promoting illegal drug use
- References promoting violence
- Reference to promoting Paedophilia (kiddie-fiddlers)
- Homophobic Commentary
- Sexually explicit content (except in Forum areas where this is permitted - for Advanced Members only)
- General threatening or tasteless messages, abusive or personal attacks against other members, moderators and administrators (bans are at Admin / Mod discretion)
- Advertising goods and /or services without Admin authorisation (NB: Moderators CANNOT grant permission for this).
If you are warned and ignore the warnings, then once the warning level reaches 100% you will find yourself facing a temporary account ban of at least 1 month and possibly a permanent one (the duration is at the Admin's/Mod's discretion, and is based on the boardies' personal account history). Note that if you protest against warning in the open forum, that will result in you receiving another warning. Any disputes against a ban should be sent to the Admin or Mod who issued the warning direct for consideration.
Warnings can remain against your account for 30, 60, 90 or 120 days (depending on the offence), after which time they may be reduced or removed at the discretion of the Admin / Mod Team. However, please be aware that extreme cases result in an automatic and outright ban - this is non-negotiable.
This thread should be read in conjunction with the forum rules. Please read the rules to ensure that you stay 'on-side'.
Posted 30 June 2011 - 12:50 PM
Posted 31 July 2011 - 04:53 PM
I dont think the moderaters/admistrators actually come on here anymore! But even so no point stiring shit as i just post here to try and give some fellow boys some advice and dont see the point in being confrontational with anyone.
I'm not able to get moved to the advanced member group with access to the protected areas of the form. Keep getting an error message saying I am not authorized.
Posted 01 November 2011 - 04:18 PM
Posted 03 November 2011 - 11:05 AM
Posted 29 January 2015 - 12:40 PM
I have the same problem too. I am an advanced member with over 50 posts but I am still being denied access to the advanced members forum.
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