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CharlestonViennaGambit

I recieved an email from Chess.com. This isn't true. I have never done this before! If I did, I can't remember. What's happening? Is someone false reporting me?

Hello CharlestonViennaGambit

We have received reports of spamming on some of your recent posts either in game chat or in comment sections within our community. We want to remind you that such activity is prohibited by our Community Policy and will not be tolerated. If you are unsure what "Spamming" is, please proceed to our help article here: What is spamming?

Further complaints of this type will result in your account being muted or closed completely. We would ask you to help us make Chess.com as friendly and pleasant a place as possible to be.

Thank you very much,
Chess.‌com Support
support@chess.com

Martin_Stahl

Looks like you quoted a post that was a wall of text and that got flagged for spamming.

chewie1644

That’s weird…

CharlestonViennaGambit
Martin_Stahl wrote:

Looks like you quoted a post that was a wall of text and that got flagged for spamming.

Thanks so much ofr the feedback! I will never do that again. happy.png

LilSis4Sale

Don't worry about it. It's kind of just an automod message for when they recieve a report or flag; it doesn't mean you're actually in trouble, and you won't get banned instantly or anything. Mutes come first, and I've found that you can simply email support for the specific reasons you got muted.

Martin_Stahl
B1ZMARK wrote:

Don't worry about it. It's kind of just an automod message for when they recieve a report or flag; it doesn't mean you're actually in trouble, and you won't get banned instantly or anything. Mutes come first, and I've found that you can simply email support for the specific reasons you got muted.

That particular message was generated by a moderator action.

Mr-Freddy-Fazbear

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LilSis4Sale
Martin_Stahl wrote:
B1ZMARK wrote:

Don't worry about it. It's kind of just an automod message for when they recieve a report or flag; it doesn't mean you're actually in trouble, and you won't get banned instantly or anything. Mutes come first, and I've found that you can simply email support for the specific reasons you got muted.

That particular message was generated by a moderator action.

My bad. I've just seen similar messages that were automatically generated so I assumed this was the same.