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10/10 To Publish0x Support Team - Post Gets Itself "BANNED"
I became aware of the error of my ways, when I received this friendly email from Publish0x.
It informed me that
it had been reported immediately. ✔️✔️✔️✔️✔️ to the community member who acted quickly and reported it. Using comments would not have been appropriate in the circumstances. We don't want some dumb schmuck going where they shouldn't.
malicious links were added into resources that were not from Ledger (my bad). It wasn't the screenshot of my bad language choice, my first thought.
I can dispute the removal of the post by responding to the email.
I did respond asking if it was alright to remove the offending links from resources or would I have to also remove the screenshots. They replied:
@Smoljanović is like the community constable or your neighbourhood bobby on the beat. If he sees some young buck misbehaving, he gives a quick kick up the rear end. Lesson learnt and we all move on.
Yes I know @Smoljanović is also a Publish0x team member. But he has a foot in both camps. I started following @Smoljanović not because he was a team member but cause I liked his posts. It was only recently that I realised there was the a little....
....next to his Publish0x handle.
Here is an example of the use of comments to inform.
So what did I learn?
the resource list isn't a place to list your referral links
it is not official Publish0x TOS and Code Of Conduct
it is meant to be a place where an author can list sources of graphic, charts, info etc.
it is a breach of the social graces of the Publish0x community. This is one of the strengths of Publish0x, the sense of community. Some times you may have to look for it. Other times it kicks you up the rear end.
When you try to contact them through their website, select subject Phishing in menu, it only come up with 2 options. Neither has any relevance to the Phishing attack. I chose "Not enough balance available".
I will leave it up to you to judge who has the better customer support.
More from Ledger. Some one in Moscow is trying to withdraw from our Ledger Nano X Family Pack.
Our reply still wouldn't go through
Then I remembered that the Ledger Nano X Family Pack is still it's the mail bag it came in, sitting in the sock drawer.
We had not got around to opening it up yet. We have been waiting for us to get the time to set it all up.
Unless it came pre-loaded with 0.0191027 BTC, there should be no BTC sitting on the Ledger Nano X or S. Now we are really confused, if that is the case, why Ledger would keep sending us these strange notifications.
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