Consider basically by Jeff S Oops: Spiritually speaking does anyone know the difference between different violation notices?
Usually I get, “Violation Notice Email” which is the…
“You have posted content to Yahoo! Answers in violation of our Community Guidelines or Terms of Service. As a result, your content has been deleted. Community Guidelines help to keep Yahoo! Answers a safe and useful community, so we appreciate your consideration of its rules.”
But sometimes I get “Your question has been Reported by the Answers Community”
And sometimes I get “Your content has been removed.”
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Answer by Linz
Answer by Donna
((((((jeffbaby))))) At this point, it’s all the same to me.
Answer by CindyComesBack
I get the same.
No, I don’t know and I don’t care, really.
Answer by Brian T
reported means that someone reported your answer/question. Always appeal those, I almost always win, and it gives the reporter less reporting credit.
the first one means that the yamster saw your post and deemed it inappropriate, and those are pretty hard to appeal.
Answer by Scuzzy Wuzzy
Yes I do. Fireball told me (I mean it)
This first “Violation Notice Email” means that the Yahoo monitors have removed your Q or A for something small like chatting, wrong category or something like that.
Your question has been Reported by the Answers Community”
Report monkeys, enough yahoo users have reported your Q or A.
“Your content has been removed.” That’s the serious one. Yahoo Gods are pissed at you and you will end up like the Schmecky girls is you don’t smarted up.
Answer by Snarky
Spiritually speaking your screwed if you get to many in one week. So pray to the heavens that this question is not in violation.
Answer by mike necro
one means the person who asked the question reported you, the other was a report monkey.
Answer by Patrick
not that I know for a fact, but i always assumed that “Your question has been Reported by the Answers Community” meant that someone, or a few people reported you. I think the other two mean that either a staff member caught it, or it didn’t make it through the filter.
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Answer by ♥absolute farmer♥
Meh, whatever the difference, it means Mr Schmecky’s goin’ to need another account
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