@seezall we have never banned users for offering suggestions on how to improve the platform. If there is any other crowdsourcing platform that has been as open to ask for feedback from its constituents and implement their policies and system changes based upon that feedback, please share. In fact, we also know that some of our competitors are constantly checking our forum to learn about changes in our system features as well our policies. We have still maintained an open policy in our forum because how important we believe it is to have that two way dialog.
However, when the topics violate our posting policy, we will take action. We can not turn the forum into a public court room for analyzing contest holders and contestants. Everyone is welcome to share any constructive suggestions on how to improve the platform, but we will not tolerate posts or messages that imply specific users or group of users are cheating the system. We believe that posting those kind of messages in a forum is disrespectful to those who have paid money to use our service, or to those who have recently joined and have won their first contest. If there are specific concerns of foul play, they need to be shared privately with us so we can analyze ALL facts, and then take necessary actions based on facts, not based on emotion or intuition. There have been more than few instances which have proven to be false alarms, and we simply can not allow that kind of dialog in our forum.
I would reiterate our position, that we are committed to making Squadhelp a better platform every day and we will continue to make changes to system and processes based upon feedback from this community.