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Old Jul 15, '11, 11:45 am
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Exclamation Emails from banned members

It has come to our attention that banned members, particularly those who have been on CAF for a long time and established personal contact with fellow members, sometimes will discuss their banning by email with those members who have become their personal friends.

The CAF mod/admin staff certainly respects the private communication between individuals as their personal business. Occasionally though, the banned member either asks the friend who remains a member in good standing to intercede with the CAF mod/admin staff on his behalf, or the friend feels sorry for the banned member's distress and approaches the CAF mod/admin staff on his or her own. When that happens, it puts CAF in a delicate position because, out of respect for the privacy of individuals, we cannot discuss a banned member's case with third parties. For this reason, we ask members not to approach the CAF mod/admin staff to intercede for a banned member. Instead, if you feel that the case needs to be reassessed, encourage the banned member to write to the Administrator at [email protected].

We do ask that you keep the following in mind if you are the recipient of emails from someone discussing his or her suspension/ban from CAF with you:We hope this information is helpful. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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