Discussion in 'Customer Service' started by Flyer Fan, Aug 2, 2002.
Does there have to be a premium member link under the user names? Is there a way to get rid of it?
It seems as though we're stuck with it.
But why don't Moderators who are premium members have the same link?
Northside Rovers is the only moderator I've seen with a premium member link under his name, and I would certainly hope he's not the only mod to become a premium member thus far.
He's not the only one.
That's nice to hear.
Am I correct in assuming that moderators with avatars and/or titles other than BigSoccer Moderator are premium members?
All mods who payed have been asked to keep the official title. Some haven't though.
That doesn't really help with the intial question. Is there a way to get rid of the link?
Is that better now?
OMG, Huss, will you like totally be the first to sign my guestbook, Yo?
That'd be like soooo rad.
That could be the most treasured post on BigSoccer.
You da man.
I must have missed something- you want us to keep the original moderator title?
This guestbook invitation
This thing that has recently appeared under our names saying something like "please visit my guestbook." I definitely DO NOT LIKE that and I want it please to be removed from my poster information. I mean it! If you won't remove it, then I don't want to be a premium member, it is that obnoxious to me. And I doubt if I am the only premium member who feels that way. Huss, or somebody, please respond to this. Thanks.
Can I get my guestbook link removed too, at your earliest convenience? Thanks.
I love my guestbook.
Just though I'd help even things out here.
Re: This guestbook invitation
i can't even begin to imagine what your problem with it is
Not only do I have a problem with the "Visit my Guestbook" link, but I don't even want a link that says "My personal forum." But I'll contact JonnyQuest directly about that.
The purpose of this post is to ask why, if I am indeed the "moderator" of SDM's guestbook or personal forum, can I not access the forum for administrative actions, such as sticking a thread?
I agree with SDM. I really would prefer not to be forced to advertise premium member options. If many do not have a problem with the link, then fine, have it come on as a default; but let people remove it, if they wish.