my lot rules

United States
August 12, 2007 11:32am CST
ok I have seen alot of discussions abot rules being broken, in alot of the discussions people are complaining about new users breaking the rules but I have seen a couple of people who look like old timers here breaking rules also. so my question is this how many people here actually read all the rules not just the one about no links.?
3 responses
@psnogi (546)
• India
16 Aug 07
i don't think any new member would have read the rules, most of them are in a hurry to earn , they just start discussions to know rules and regs of mylot
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• United States
17 Aug 07
I think youu are right about that.
@Daelin (683)
• Brazil
12 Aug 07
The rules are they, you can follow them or break them. Old users can break the rules. New users can follow them. It is not a matter of how long a person is here. It is not like you break the rules and you are out of Mylot. If you break some rules you will not achieve your goal. I mean, if I create a discussion where I offend an entire continent, people will get in and a fight will began. I might get proud of all that fight but my topic will be deleted and I will lose the cents I should earn. When I first joined I didn't see the link about the rules, and usually I don't read the TOS (shame on me), so I broke some rules like giving referral links and responding in such topics. Soon enough I have been warned for an user and I just stopped doing that. Then I read the guidelines. I wish every new and old user do that.
• United States
12 Aug 07
IU agree I just see tons of discussions about this and they are usually complaining that it is a new user breaking the rules and I think that is lame because alot of people do it, not just "newbies" thanks
@raychill (6571)
• United States
12 Aug 07
What I think is funny is that I think technically these posts people make about problems are a violation of the guidelines. I mean it depends. Mylot says not to start discussion about individual problems, so I'd say discussions about a post of yours being deleted or something should be considered a violation but who actually knows. I know I myself have read the guidelines. It's not really that hard so long as you've learned to read english. I think the problem is when you look at the "Don'ts" it just seems like there are so many! I also think people may read them once and never again and forget the rules.