3 Simple Steps to Simplify Your Health

By IlynGirl Latest Reply 2010-02-07 16:05:52 -0600
Started 2010-02-06 18:42:08 -0600

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jayabee52 2010-02-07 00:40:26 -0600 Report

Howdy Rebecca Kai
Yes I went to your site.

When you signed up to join Diabetic Connect you accepted the Terms of service agreement. About 11 or so paragraphs from the top you will find these sentences if you look. Here it is for your convenience:

" Posting or transmitting unauthorized or unsolicited advertising, promotional materials, or any other forms of solicitation to other users is prohibited. Inquiries regarding a commercial relationship with DiabeticConnect.com should be directed to: community@alliancehealth.com small "

That means that unless you have permission from the DC administration, you agreed to NOT post advertising on DC. We are a friendly group normally, but when we feel that all someone is here for is just to sell us the latest and greatest "cure" for diabetes, we kinda get bent out of shape about it.

So unless you get permission from the DC administration please don't post advertisements here or try overtly or covertly to sell your product, no matter how wonderful miraculous or amazing it may be (MOST OF US have heard THAT kind of language before - and it flags it as a "snow job" to us). There have been many who have tried selling their wonder, miracle cures, and people react negatively to what they perceive as someone who is trying to take advantage of us.

You are welcome to stay around and get to know us and become a part of our community, as long as you abide by the T.O.S. agreement. But should you decide not to abide by the TOS, you will be eventually turned in ("flag as inappropriate") and your account deleted. The choice is yours.

BTW: It is generally not a good idea to post your email address on a public discussion board.

PS spamming the message boards is not a good way to win friends and influence people on DC either