Posted by The Washington Examiner on Monday, March 08, 2019 08:53:01When a user posts a link to a forum with a card that’s been flagged as a “potentially dangerous” site, that user may also see a warning or be redirected to a warning page for a card-specific forum.
That warning page contains information about the forum, such as its moderator, who is not associated with the forum.
In the case of a forum that has been flagged, the warning message is accompanied by a link for the moderator to sign up for a free account.
If you click that link, the user will be redirected and the warning is erased from their computer.
If the user clicks back on the link, they will see the warning again.
Forget the warning, though.
The warning is not necessarily the site’s actual reason for being flagged, according to the guidelines for carding forums.
If a user signs up for the forum in the first place, the site may still be a potential threat.
If a user is flagged as potentially dangerous because the site is linked to an existing forum, that warning page is removed from their computers.
It may still appear on the warning page, but it’s no longer visible to users who aren’t logged in.
If the user does not sign up and continues to use their account to post, the website’s message will not be deleted.
Users who do not sign-up will see a message that says the warning was removed.
But the site won’t be removed from the site and will continue to appear on their computer’s web browser’s warning page.
The site may have been flagged for the first time if a user repeatedly posts or posts links to the forum and then removes them from their browsers.
For example, if a person posts a few links and then deletes them, the forum will be flagged again.
In most cases, users will not notice any difference in their computer after they have been warned.
But there are some cases in which users can get into trouble.
The warnings are removed automatically after a few days.
In that case, users can either log in to their computer and manually remove the warning or they can manually delete the site.
The forum can be flagged for removal again if the user repeatedly deletes links to it and then re-posts the links.
If users sign up, the notice about the site will not disappear.
The site will still be visible to the user and will appear on users’ web browsers warning pages.
But users who sign up on a site for free will notice the warning and be warned for a while.
The user’s computer will be updated to remove the site from their system.