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Well, I don't think people do this that much anymore. People shouldn't start, if you do see this, flag it and the staff will handle it.
Newer members would most likely be the issue for this. They don't know the rules so all you have to do is tell them, 'oh yeah, please don't just post 'hi' (stupide ten letter rule!)' This could help them out.
Spamming won't be as big as an issue on some parts. Due to the ten letter rule, most people will find it a waste of time just to spam on threads, and make pointless posts. I am very happy you brought this up though, because this was my main concern about the new WI$ system.
That sounds possible but hopefully others won't do that. Probably younger members will do it more but the older ones probably already have plenty so hopefully they won't need to feel the need to do that. That's a good point to bring up though and I hope no one gets the wrong idea from this thread and starts posting more to get lots of $WI.
I have seen this a few times, and I usually flag the post as spam. If it becomes a constant problem, Justin my remove the WI$ feature. I hope this doesn't happen, but it may. Thanks for bringing this to everyone's attention!
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