Just a heads up. I have received several emails this weekend of another website sending emails to our users and trying to get them to sign up on this other fishing site. Two of these emails accused me of supplying email addresses to this other site.
I have assured them that we do not give email addresses to anyone. And I mean NO ONE! All emails are kept confidential.
So what happened, you may ask? Someone from another site has gone through our posts and found users that have their emails displayed on these forums. If you do not wish to receive 3rd party emails, please go to "Edit Your Profile" in the upper right-hand corner of the forums and change the "Show Email?" to "No." If you do that, your email will not display in your public profile. Of course, some of you may want your email displayed... this is your call.
You see what happens when a site gets popular? I guess it takes all kinds
I would rather not say... don't want to start any types of wars here on the forums again. I just want to give our users a heads up that I cannot control what is done on other sites. IF you happen to have your email exposed and someone wants to email you, they can and will. So I just want everyone here to keep that in mind. I am just posting this to remind people that I do not give out email addresses to anyone. This site is not affiliated with any other site... just remember that
It's funny how just about every other site out there except Catch-n does not want you to mention anyother site or product yet they feel free to come over here & mess with our user base. No integrity! I wish I knew,sort of have an idea anyway.
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