Re: Welcome to Carers Space and Matter members
Posted: Tue Apr 11, 2017 7:00 am
Hiya Nikki, I've only brought over stuff of mine which I have written myself that is without comments on carers.org and I think due to the fact carers.org have badly let me down by closing their site suddenly and the fact of me losing 6 days worth of writings on there it kind of gives me a right to take my own stuff where ever. I've read the rules of this site and if that applies to my own stuff I have personally written and also under the circumstances of actually losing my stuff due to the closure of carers.org then you could have P.M.ed me in private and not written in public. It's annoying t'is all.Nikki Carers UK wrote:Hi All,
It's so great to see many people popping over from Carers Space and we're so glad to have you on board. I hope you all make some great friendships with our existing users here and that we'll see our numbers grow.
Just to highlight the point of copying and pasting over other posts from Carers Space...
Both Carers Space and Carers UK forums have community rules and guidelines which do ask users to be respectful of others privacy. Copying over posts from Carers Space to Carers UK forums would breach the privacy guidelines and we would ask that users of either forum don't copy posts from either forum to post here or on Carers Space.
If new users (and existing ones too) need anything at all please contact the mods (green names) or the staff (red names) who will be more than happy to help you out.
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