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Old 05-16-2018, 12:06 PM   #4426
Michael Buble
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Re: **NEGATIVE Feedback Thread (for Marketplace and all Subforums)**

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Despite this warning , Gustavo adorno Rezende continued to play games outside his limits and re-enter games more times than he was allowed. As a result , at the start of May , we sent Gustavo adorno Rezende an email detailing how much he would have to reimburse us for his play outside of his allowed limits since his final warning.

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Gustavo adorno Rezende owes us $8358 including our funds that he has now stolen.
Not being allowed to re-enter the Bounty Builder $11 on a Sunday when $8K in makeup. That's torture!
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Old 05-23-2018, 06:15 PM   #4427
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Re: **NEGATIVE Feedback Thread (for Marketplace and all Subforums)**

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Played off stake games, opted out on SharkScope, not answering Skype messages. Sent the following email:

"Good evening, I wanted to give notice that since it is impossible to rebuild banking and meet the demands of the site, I unsubscribe being aware of the negative feedback. Send today my screen, but at the end of the session Sunday 20/05/2018, I get 13 usd in banking; as I possibly can, I will refund the reloads they had given me. the greatest success the team. Greetings. "
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Old 05-25-2018, 11:36 AM   #4428
krabis
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Re: **NEGATIVE Feedback Thread (for Marketplace and all Subforums)**

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While I don't agree with you on everything, you've raised some good points that I think are worthy of discussion, and I will bring them up with the moderation team. Ultimately posters are responsible for their posts, and I don't think it's realistic to expect mods to try to determine where posts have crossed the line on some points, but there may be an area or two where we can come up with some straightforward rules.
Ultimately forum administration is responsible for setting up rules and allowing or not allowing environment where people feel it acceptable to post passports, addresses and more very sensitive information.

Sure, there is different laws in different places and they are changing but even if some % of posts with sensitive information is punishable I am confused what 2+2 have to benefit from allowing this environment, for me it just look like 2+2 take most risk (domain/forum owner being biggest target if reported enough) while backers get most reward (higher % payback).
If forum section get enough reports to data protection services or something similar, I would think no one would chase people posting posts and would punish domain/forum owners for allowing theses posts and "Ultimately posters are responsible for their posts" would not stand long.

Basically i am just confused about why 2+2 would ever allow this sensitive information on forum if it have nothing to benefit from it.

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Old 05-25-2018, 01:14 PM   #4429
krabis
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Re: **NEGATIVE Feedback Thread (for Marketplace and all Subforums)**

Don't take me wrong, most likely no one ever will be punished for posting this info or allowing to stay by 2+2 side other then maybe being asked by some agency to remove posts but i personally don't understand why would 2+2 take small risk of more action taken by someone/some agency if they don't directly benefit from being involved with publishing very sensitive information.

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Old 05-25-2018, 01:48 PM   #4430
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may i just post something in here its something i had a meeting about in my part time job GDPR i think all backers should read this sure how it will effect people who post thiefs or "rule breakers" info in the words of the intership flim "on the line" aka online but i think all backers should look into this also to make sure you have the correct way of storing your horses info in a way that comply's with the GDPR rules and regs
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Old 05-25-2018, 02:11 PM   #4431
krabis
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may i just post something in here its something i had a meeting about in my part time job GDPR i think all backers should read this sure how it will effect people who post thiefs or "rule breakers" info in the words of the intership flim "on the line" aka online but i think all backers should look into this also to make sure you have the correct way of storing your horses info in a way that comply's with the GDPR rules and regs
Yes yes, and according to GDPR rules they should explain why whey are collecting passports and other info and how they plan to use it like posting it publicly on forums and websites if they think they have been stolen from (Not stolen by law but by their not legally binding contract).
Cmon, most backers don't care about any GDPR and just keep all pics on their computer in "passports" folder.
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