07-23-2012, 10:31 AM #1
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Sorry, I don't know where to post it, but it is related to MSFT financial announcement (Microsoft). My comment is deleted along other's reply to my comment. Why is that ? System error or ?
I am truly sorry again if the title is offensive to others. I just fear other discussion related to WP7 has also been deleted too. Well, in my case it may be permissible should they have asked me beforehand. Maybe it's to gain MSFT's good grace ?
- 07-23-2012, 10:45 AM #2
your post was deleted? witch post are your referring to?
its also possible it got moved , check your profile: Thread creation history, see if you find it in there.
Links to external sites ( advertising) will get deleted, maybe your thread was wrongfully filtered by us.
i see this is also your FIRST post so it would make sens if this was your second , Most of the time first 5 post need to be approved and maybe it got disapproved by one of us.
07-23-2012, 11:17 AM #3
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So, why does my comment get deleted ?
- 07-23-2012, 11:39 AM #4
This thread is closed.
For one, you've already commented in comments about being "censored".
Number two, you emailed us and I responded as a courtesy in full to your request within minutes (instead of writing for the site, which is my main job). You have not bothered to return the favor by even acknowledging the email yet.
Now you're starting a forum topic?
Let me reiterate: I don't know what post you are referring too. I did not delete it and had you been flamming you would have been banned. There is no proof for your assertion and I'm getting the impression that you're just trolling us, ginning up a fake controversy.
Next up is 'censorship'. We moderate comments and forum posts here at Windows Phone Central. If you're posting inflammatory material, trolling or just being a jerk, yes your comments will be deleted. You'll never get an apology from me on that. You don't want to get banned? .
Enough with this. You were responded too and if you keep spamming this topic I will ban you for being annoying.
Last edited by Daniel Rubino; 07-23-2012 at 11:45 AM.