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What happens if a mod tells you your question is too personal?
I am really sad! I have been on here for a while and I became friends today with a person who said they were new. I sent them several thread links to help them out and things were going well. I noticed they had several comments from another member that kept suggesting they knew eachother. Things like "you know I am here, b/c we share the same couch!" or "Hi it's me, you know who" so I innocently asked if they really knew eachother. THey responded yes it was actually them then reported me for being to personal. Then apologized and said they knew they should not have reported me. MODS... you can view the whole conversation - plus I have PMs from them. My question is - do I get banned or a mark on my page in some way b/c I asked them an obvious question? I am so confused and frustrated! Please tell me what is going on!
Re: What happens if a mod tells you your question is too personal?
I don't really understand why you were reported in the first place.
I don't feel that the question was too personal, and I have a feeling that you won't be penalized. Most likely, mods won't mention anything about your question being too personal.
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