#20560 Aug 1, 2006
I would like to say sorry to all group members, I feel that it is my fault that the swaps had to > be changed. The last swap became a
mess and confusing and I am sure it is my fault. My partner
It's soooo not your fault. Please. We actually had a few people
who were partnered up with partners, and then they NEVER heard from
their swap partners. Ever. And that's not you. And when the
moderators went to intervene, they didn't respond either. And that
just plain sucks for all parties involved.
We're worried, that as moderators, swaps leave us in a very bad
position when things go wrong. Legally, we know we're not liable.
That's pretty much a given, but when it comes down to it, MIA
swappers make the whole group look very bad. Very bad. And it not
only our online reputation that we're trying to protect. It's the
group's, as a whole.
Now, keep in mind, I'm the ONLY mod who has access to your info.
Sure, if Jme needed some info, i would comply, but i'm not sharing
it with anyone other than mods, at all. However, this is still
leaving a decent amount of our members wary of sending their info to
So, to address the issue of handing over your info, how do you guys
propose we go forward?
Will it be okay if, on occassion you encounter a deceitful swapper?
How important will it be if you encounter a swapper who hasn't
learned as much as you?
Would you prefer to do swaps the old way and just chock MIA swappers
up to the crazy internet?
#20791 Aug 6, 2006
DO you get the FMG catalog...there is one in it...probably rio grande
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