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    Eddie
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    PM systems.

    Post by Eddie on Sun Aug 16 2015, 19:12

    For those who don't know. This forum was set up by Mo, Paul, Graham and myself. Very quickly people said "what no PM system"

    Because we had seen serious grooming and abuse of people elsewhere via PM systems, we ducked out of being held liable for that responsibility of being involved, albeit in a very in-direct way. However, we realise some people may want to get in touch with people in a direct and totally private way. This is how it works. When a member joins they give an email address, BTW we never ever contact that address or flog it on to err... big pharma for drug trials, or to try and sell you something etc.

    So, if you want to contact someone direct, and you are a genuine person with some track record here or elsewhere, you can send an email to the lowcarbdiabetic@aol.com requesting you would like to contact a member. We will send an email to that person stating your request. If they are OK with the situation we will swap email addresses. That being said, it is for both parties to take full responsibility for any negative outcome.


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    Re: PM systems.

    Post by mo1905 on Sun Aug 16 2015, 19:15

    We accept no responsibility however for any divorce proceedings, libel cases, sexual harassment, ISIS grooming or Nigerian scams :-)


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    Re: PM systems.

    Post by Eddie on Sun Aug 16 2015, 19:40

    mo1905 wrote:We accept no responsibility however for any divorce proceedings, libel cases, sexual harassment, ISIS grooming or Nigerian scams :-)

    rofl rofl rofl


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    Re: PM systems.

    Post by zand on Mon Aug 17 2015, 20:58

    Well I was one of those who really wanted a PM system when I joined this place. Now though I can see that not having one is good sense.

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