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Please join us in cautioning new users to ignore requests for money
Scammer seek out new community members who may not be familiar with their tactics. We would ask all members of the community to join us in educating new members about scammers and to caution new members not to send money to other users for any reason.
It's a good idea to keep a backup copy of your profile and journal entries
Writing a long well-thought out profile and journal can take a great deal of time and it's prudent to keep a backup copy of what you've written.
Please do not list illegal activities in limits lists
Users are welcome to add a list of limits (activities which they consider "off-limits" for themselves) to their profile as desired. That being said, we would ask users to please not list illegal activities in such lists as doing so implies that the listed activities are acceptable to the rest of the BDSM community. The inclusion of illegal limits in profiles is not a violation of our terms of service but we would ask all users to kindly refrain from doing so.
Identifying spam messages
One of the best ways to identify spam messages is consider whether the message is generic and would apply to any community member or whether it has been written specifically for you. Consider the following two examples:
This is spam and should be ignored: "I really like your profile. Take a look at my profile and write me back if you're interested in speaking with me further."
This is not Spam: "I really liked what you wrote about Shibari in your profile. I agree that it can be difficult to master."
Examine and if necessary adjust your mail controls
Users receiving an excessive volume of unwanted messages can use their mail controls to direct messages from users falling outside of a specified criteria (e.g. age range or location) to their bulk folder. If this is not a problem you're experiencing just leave your mail controls at their default settings.
Offensive pictures sent through the messaging system
Users will sometimes send offensive pictures with the hope that the recipients of those pictures will tell the sender how offended they are. In our experience the best way to handle such messages is to ignore them and optionally block the user who sent the picture to you.
Practice Kindness
One of the most important affirming actions which you can take as a member of the Collarspace community is to be welcoming and kind to other members of the community. In the end our community will be no more nor less than what we make of it.

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