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This is a brief explanation of how the shitlist process usually works for those unfamiliar with it. There are always exceptions, as each staff member has their own way of handling situations, and we often have more details about peoples behavior than the general public.

After posting your shitlist thread, in compliance with the above rules, please wait for up to 48 hours for your thread to be approved. If you do not see your thread approved, and you are sure it falls within the rules, contact a staff member and politely request they take a look at it for you. Invalid shitlist threads will not be approved, but may be moved to the Lounge if they hold some value to the community. They may also result in administrative action if you ignore the rules, so make sure your complaints are valid.

If your thread is approved, the staff member who approved your thread will contact the accused member and notify them of your complaint. Typically the accused will be given a deadline by which time they must respond to the complaint and participate in a resolution. If the accused does not respond, appropriate action will be taken by the staff, and usually the thread will remain open.

If an amicable resolution is reached between the parties, the shitlist thread will usually be deleted. In most other cases, the thread will remain publicly visible, and potentially open for further updates. If a positive resolution can not be reached, the offending party will be punished and the thread will remain public and open in hopes of helping others avoid being ripped off.

Remember, being as detailed and as clear as possible not only potentially helps you resolve a conflict, it also serves to protect the other members in the community. The more warning signs you're alerted to, the less likely you are to fall victim to a scam.

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