How To: Report Inappropriate Posts

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Below you will see an example of how to report an inappropriate post or any post you would like our moderators to look at, in the event that it is out of line. Once reported, our moderators for that forum will be notified.

To report a post, click on the "Report Post" icon. report.gif See Below:


It is very important that we all do our part to keep this community clean of any garbage, spam, and any unnecessary posts that ruin forum threads.

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