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Registering to Use our Forum - Read Before You Register

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Registering to Use our Forum - Read Before You Register

Postby RudyGomez » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:25 am

First and foremost, our Forum is intended for use by the Fishing, Boating and Outdoor community. Users who have no intention of discussing the above topics and attempt to spam this forum will be deleted.

Having Problems Registering?

Our forum receives a lot registrations from spammers. Therefore, all new registrations are manually approved, but many of them are deleted immediately because they are deemed illegitimate. If you are a legitimate user and are having problems registering, it’s possible we have mistakenly flagged your registration as coming from a spammer. Increase you’re the odds of being approved by supplying the “optional” fields of “First Name” and “Last Name” (other users will not see this information – only forum administrators).

If your registration was never approved or deleted, please send us a note using our contact form. Let us know you are having problems registering and include your desired username and email address. Then, go Re-Register and we will look for your registration and approve it.

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Last Word: Post Something or Be Deleted!

If you are registering to use our Forum, we assume you have something to say. Go ahead and say it... Make a post... Newly registered users who do not post anything, may be deleted. If you're deleted for not posting, simply re-register when you're ready to post something. Sorry, but again, you can thank the spammers... :puke:
Rudy Gomez
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