Red Flags for People Abusing "Free Psychic Readings"?

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Red Flags for People Abusing "Free Psychic Readings"?

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So, I recently saw your post thingy or whatever about people abusing the free readings section. And for future reference, could you help me know when to get suspicious and some red flags?
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Re: When to be suspicious?

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Things to keep in mind are, participation in the forum, type of reading being requested, number of requests by an individual, length of time on the forum. Giving readings is voluntary. Anyone offering readings is free to decline a request, and the forum staff will support the decision.

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Re: When to be suspicious?

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Sweet, thanks for the info! Also, in case you didnt know i changed the name of my scrying thread to The Mirror of The Lily [Free Scrying]
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Re: When to be suspicious?

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It's also possible to check out the ratings on a reading (if it's an actual book) on a site called good reads. I'm a part of several occult reading groups so I get most of my readings from there.
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Re: When to be suspicious?

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"Readings" in this sense of the word is the opportunity for our members to give out divinatory readings to other members in whatever form they want to try out, experiment with, and learn.

My biggest red flag is if someone is requesting a reading who has only just joined and hasn't posted anything else at all, or anything with any real substance that makes it seem as if they really want to be a part of the community here.

But the red flag we really want our members to keep an eye out for is if any "weird" requests come up that make you feel uncomfortable. In which case, you absolutely have the right to refuse and don't be shy in letting a mod know if that happens and you don't feel comfortable handling it yourself, are unsure of any potential backlash, or if anything else unseemly happens.

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Re: When to be suspicious?

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Azure Lily wrote:So, I recently saw your post thingy or whatever about people abusing the free readings section. And for future reference, could you help me know when to get suspicious and some red flags?
You mean this post thingy here? http://everythingunderthemoon.net/forum ... 26800.html Well, my advice is to let your spidey senses be your best guide. If you sense the requester is acting like a vampiric troll, you'll know it, trust me ("Are you done with my reading yet?" "Are ya done yet?" "Are ya done yet?" "How 'bout now, are ya done yet?"). It isn't a fraction of the problem it was here a while back, and most people are just respectful, decent folk earnestly seeking insight and clarity about issues in their lives. We have a sharp-shooting mod team that nips nonsense in the bud. Like Vesca said, just let a mod know when your creep alert meter goes off, and we'll take care of it from there. Anyway, thank you for wanting to do psychic reading here. I hope you learn a lot, and enjoy the experience.

We do ask that if you must stop doing readings for whatever reason, please let a mod or support person know so we could lock your reading thread. That way people aren't left hangin,' and will know not to post a request. Whenever you'd like to resume, the thread could easily be unlocked. Thanks!



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