You don't really have to break any "rules" in this forum to be "banned".
I didn't.... Ring Customer Support didn't see anything that caught their eye when they reviewed my comments and Neighbor alerts, and one of the Customer Service reps (from a subsequent call) didn't have the stones to tell me or my wife what was wrong - he just hemmed and hawed, and said "try again". Obviously, the whims of the apparent bedwetters that moderate the Community are as flighty as a summer breeze...
In the meantime, some pretty abusive and ignorant commenters have been carrying on unimpeded over the past five months. WE know who they are, no matter what the "Neighbor number" may be.
Time to look at another security system that delivers the service they PROMISE for your money unconditionally.
First, this is not allowed. "Obviously, the whims of the apparent bedwetters that moderate the Community are as flighty as a summer breeze..."
Please leave all negative and rude posts at the door. Don't use the Ring Community to harass, threaten, intimidate, bully or stalk others. Ring also does not permit any type of trolling, which may include hijacking or taking a thread drastically off-topic, shaming, personal attacks, etc
And they do not ban people here for one or two posts or for no reason. But you are free to do whatever you want.
"Your right, no matter how sanitized my comments are, posts I have made get blocked and others make same all the time it’s just weird makes no sense, I figured I could beat the algorithm but not so...i do have to agree with Mr Eagle however, if was having this conversation in person would you call people bedwetters ? Maybe in close company, to a stranger ? does not offend me, it’s slightly accurate but somewhat extreme choice in description".
Hey - I just used some of the language that CURRENT RING COMMUNITY NEIGHBORS HAVE USED & WILL APPARENTLY CONTINUE TO BE ALLOWED TO USE!
Oh, would I have "this conversation in person would you call people bedwetters ?". If the shoe fits - yup. And, to a stranger.
And no one will do anything about it. After all, it's now a one way world.
YOU can be "insulted", but don't you dare respond in kind.
As far as I'm concerned - END OF THREAD.
Wow, like dude, like, chill! You need to, like, zone out & try reading comprehension training, so, like, you realize that this specific forum thread was, like, RING 'Neighbors' forum moderator practices (not just Ring cameras), like, banning the people's speech but, and, like, as I said before, on my previous comment, my commenting was over, and, like, obviously, you missed it, but, dude, I won't blame it on your focus, 'cuz, that would be bad manners...
Dude, it's over. It's cool, see ya at the Bernie rally!
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