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  • Commenting on Classified Ads

    Let's limit replies for classified ads to asking for clarifications. If you have a comment or question for the poster, PM them. If it inspires you to a discussion topic, start a new thread in the appropriate forum. If you feel the product or service advertised isn't appropriate, report the post.
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    Re: Commenting on Classified Ads

    If you were replying to a Help Wanted ad and it said "no phone calls, please", what do you think your chances would be of getting the job if you phoned them anyway?

    So why in the world are people posting "I'm interested, please contact me" in job opening threads that specify to email or PM them?

    If you want to be hired, follow the instructions people.
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      Re: Commenting on Classified Ads

      So many people have ignored these rules I've had to set the Classifieds forum to full moderation. No replies in this forum will be visible without moderator approval. Posts that follow the rules will be approved, and posts that don't will be deleted. Force us to spend too much time deleting your posts and your posting priveledges will be restricted.
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