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  1. #1 Reason for deleting my message? 
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    I posted a topic about reducing total alkalinity on Sep.1st only to find it deleted today.
    Can someone explain why this was done?
    Thanks,
    dirk


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    Yes. You fit the profile of recent spammers we've experienced. A seemingly legitmate post quickly followed by an advert to a site. In your case, a resort of some sort.

    I'll move the post back, but since the link isn't relative, I'm going to remove it first.


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  4. #3 Thanks for your prompt action. 
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    I didn't know a link to my website was forbidden. I'll take care not to add it in the future. Thanks again, dirk
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    It isn't "forbidden." Let me rephrase: You fit the profile of recent spammers we've experienced. A seemingly legitimate post quickly followed by an advert to a site. In your case, a resort of some sort.
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    I want to personally thank Skinwalker for allowing this discussion to be public, as often they're locked away like a dirt little secret. Due to the rarity of moderator actions, I often feel it's well within personal rights to publicly debate the matter when necessary. This was actually informative, and goes a long way to preventing future misunderstandings of that sort.

    In any case, shouldn't this go in "feedback"?
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