Well, someone reported it and it was removed…  I wonder why.

Hi dsdramamama,

The answer you gave on Yahoo! Answers was reported by the Answers community:

“Have you checked out https://thedramaofdiaperswappers.wordpress.com ?? DS is okay, if that’s your thing. But, it’s also so big, that if you’re new, unless you do XYZ, you’ll have a difficult time buying and selling there. There have been lots of scammers lately, lots of people doing chargebacks after getting their merchandise, and the powers that be there seem to be on a new power trip.”

This answer has been removed. You may not have realized this, but all answers submitted on Yahoo! Answers must comply with the Answers Community Guidelines.

If you believe that your answer does not violate the Answers Community Guidelines, and would like to appeal the removal of your answer, you can have your case reviewed by Answers Customer Care. You have 7 days to submit your appeal.

Appeal this decision:

http://answers.yahoo.com/answer/appeal?qid=20080309133857AAlMs7f&kid=MmJxhjMLaa

Thanks,
Yahoo! Answers Team

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Comments
  1. Sarah says:

    Wow…who knew Lee ran Yahoo Answers as well!?!?

  2. DS Drama Mama 2 says:

    well then….

  3. Liljoeysmom says:

    So what guideline did you break?

  4. Madre says:

    Psssh lame

  5. Not sure which guideline I broke… but, I’m sure they only found it because I posted it on the blog.

  6. I appealed…. just for the hell of it. See if they can at least let me know WHY.

  7. Me says:

    Wow lol someone is bored. I would have appealed too. I want to know which rule you broke.

  8. giggle says:

    Have they responded yet?

  9. nope, still no answer. I should have saved my response and posted it, but I didn’t want to give DS a heads up on what I said and the proof of what I said. It’s not like you cant go on there and find proof of everything I said.

  10. Their response:

    Hello,

    Thank you for writing to Yahoo! Answers.

    We understand you would like some additional information about your
    content removed from Yahoo! Answers. Please use discretion and common
    sense when posting your personal information on Yahoo! Answers. Please
    note that it is against Yahoo! Answers Community Guidelines and Yahoo!
    Terms of Service to spam, advertise, or solicit on Answers.

    * Personal websites or email
    The preferred method is to provide the information on your profile page.
    However, when it is directly related to the answer you’re giving,
    sometimes it is helpful to include personal links or an email address in
    the answer.

    For example, you’re the proud owner of a couple of cats and run an
    informational web site about caring for cats. You answer a question
    about cat grooming and include a link to a page on your web site with
    detailed information on the topic, as well as your personal email
    address for people to contact you with more questions. If you host
    sponsored ads on your site, be careful about posting links to your site
    in every answer or you risk crossing over into spam territory, which is
    not allowed.

    If you post your personal web site (including your MySpace page) and
    email in every answer whether or not they’re related to your answers,
    you could be in violation for solicitation or spam.

    * Personal information
    Please remember that Yahoo! Answers is a live site. Any personal
    information you post can be found by anyone on the Internet, so please
    use discretion. It’s OK to sign your answers with your name as long as
    you’re not violating another rule while you’re at it.

    * Business websites or email
    There are many professionals and business owners providing valuable
    knowledge and experiences on Yahoo! Answers. By identifying yourself as
    such and providing great answers, you are building credibility and
    positive brand image. You may also provide your business URL and contact
    information on your profile page.

    However; please do not link to purchase pages in your answers, include
    your website and contact info in all answers, give low-quality answers
    coupled with links to your site, or solicit for clients. Do not answer
    questions directly related to purchases that can be made at your
    business (i.e. you own an electronics business and you answer a question
    asking where to buy iPods, or you’re a dentist answering questions about
    which dentist to go to), as this behavior can be considered spam.

    I replied that I didn’t break any of those rules. No revenue from this site. No ads. No personal information, etc.

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