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 Post subject: Why we don't like spam
PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2007 6:32 pm 
Spam, we hate it, Spammers, we hate them. We don't spam ourselves, so we don't condone spam and spammers here.

What is spam? For us on this forum spam are messages containing links and content pointing to commercial things chess unrelated; that means advertisement for: porn, certain enlargements (you know), jewelry, pills and drugs, dating sites, commercial poker playing sites, etc. They have no place here, and will be removed.

If we see spam, or a spammer - consider your message gone within a few hours at most and your account deleted as well - for good.

And for those nice people - like you- registering - you noticed we added some spam-avoiding measures during the registration procedure. They are tedious (we agree with you) but sadly quite necessary - believe us.

But the result: consider yourself in a spam free zone here!


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