HSN SOCIAL CARE/Email rcvd. 6/15/17
Hello @hsn_krissy ,
Please forgive me but, I am at a total loss as to what photo comment post you are referring to. The only post I made with a human in it is from the back of the subject and has not been removed. Another time I was told a post was removed but I have no idea what post as mine were accounted for. Is it possible for someone to be posting under my moniker?
Also, the images that were removed due to containing an outside link, I am still not clear on. They came from one photo site but on the images themselves had in small print in one corner another photo site, is this the reason?
Sorry to be a trouble I honestly am respectful of the guidelines. Except for the images with site printed in corners, (which I didn’t know about at time) and one where my phone went nuts when I was trying to use the flashlight and it acted on it’s own accord, I know of no other violations…? I will try and be more observant when posting pictures in the future.
Thank you for your attention.
- This topic was modified 1 year, 12 months ago by twizzle3.
Thank you for your reply. First I have to say, it happened again! I posted a pic with small print in corner with a link and didn’t catch it until edit time had passed. I see others like this posted that is what is confusing.
And, as I said the only pic of a human that I posted is from behind and not edited. THAT is what concerns me. Who’s post with my moniker was HSN edited?
I will go report my post and thank you again.
@twizzle3, thank you for reaching out to me with your concerns. Unless someone has your log in information, there is no way anyone else could be posting under your moniker. In some of your photos, there was a small link in the corner which is the one of the reasons the photos were removed. All though this is small, it’s still considered an advertisement for that site. Another reason for the removal is that it contained a photo of a celebrity. I appreciate you taking the time to reach out to me for more clarification and can assure you are in no way being troublesome. You can also review the Community Guidelines here. Thank you for your continued contribution.
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