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10-23-06, 05:14 AM
This website has police car models from New Zealand, South Africa and the UK. Superb quality and quite different from most of the models seen around. Worth checking out.
Hello B.Gasson, i know your site since a lot of time, great models you have :)
Some words for you and other readers, i've been moderated in this forum about two months ago because like you i've just added the link to my non commercial die-cast police car website called "poliskarr" in my message and signature. They asked me to immediatly delete it. But some other users published their own site there and it seems not to be a problem. I did not understand these rules (why some and not the others) and i did not appreciate the manner to moderate.
Just one thing, some of the best visitors to come to my site are american people so moderators from Real Police Forum have to think about it. Exchange links and banners is really good for everyone ranking. If you look at my links, you will see http://www.realpolice.net
The rules are the rules, that's ok so you must have to moderate in a forum, i know this, but not to delete a message that i wrote to make some new friends, collectors and police officers. Remember that we've got probably the largest community in Europe and we do the same work :)
webmaster of the die-cast and police car collectors website poliskarr.org
11-04-06, 02:45 PM
It's Bilbozo here. I know you seem frustrated about this site and I agree a little bit with you. It would be nice to have a bit more freedom in this forum. It's hard to communicate with people when you cannot add commerical links or mention other sites to recommend to people where to buy their diecast gear. I have had my hand slapped here a few times as well as a lot of other people who are prominent in the diecast Police Industry. I enjoy it here but I am only here if I am just talking for interest, not talking business. It's become so strict here that there is very minimal activity in this forum. A loy of readers but everyone is afraid to post. Hopefully the moderators will loosen their belt a bit. I know if they did so.... I would be first in line to buy some advertising on this site for my Police Diecast Decal Company and my Law Enforcement Business Card site. It's a great resource but lately it's become so moderator intimidating that it's drove a lot of people to other websites. Hopefully this post won't get deleted or worse yet..I get another nasty letter for writing this. This is my opinion which is what a forum is all about.
11-04-06, 03:18 PM
While you may feel there is a heavy hand in moderation, please bear in mind that according to the Forum Rules, there is no spam or commercial links allowed. These rules have been determined by the owner (RealPolice) and moderators must abide/enforce this.
Feel free to contact the owner and discuss this for further clarification.
Alternatively, there must be Internet sites that pertain specifically to your needs and products, who would only be too glad to take your money should you wish to purchase advertising. :)