You may want to edit your earlier reply and remove "her" name from it. If you truly believe that she's the one that froze the server, then send a private message with her name to @HomeForumMods , don't post it in the thread for everyone to see
Well, complaining does nothing. :/
Well if complaining does nothing then this place sucks .. Ill go back to home and complain .. If you mean to say that Sony wont do anything at all.. Then hey.. Let the trolls proceed..
You may want to edit your earlier reply and remove "her" name from it. If you truly believe that she's the one that froze the server, then send a private message with her name to @HomeForumMods , don't post it in the thread for everyone to see ...
Is that against forum rules an regulations ? Please let me know.. I'm new
Yes, to make such accusations involving a user is considered defamation, or "blacklisting", as we like to call it. Its an honest mistake. Just edit the name out of the reply and send @HomeForumMods a message like I suggested.
Welcome, and happy foruming
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Why what is wrong with with posting the name?? Is it because friends of hers will be hating? Is it because it is not right to point fingers? Is it because I will get hacked? If everyone sees then everyone will know.. Knowledge is power.. I don't see what's wrong .. Besides being appropriate on a forum..
Just as easy as it was for you to publicly accuse someone of wrong doing, anyone could just as easily do the same to you, with the same consequenses that you mentioned. Or worse.
The primary means of reporting alleged offenders is by using the report option in Home. Doing so will send a captured image of the chat log and what we see on our screen to Moderation. However, if we are unable to, or matters get worse, we can come here and send a PM (Private Message) to HomeForumMods. Include the PSN ID of the person being reported (correct spelling), the date, time, time zone and details of the offense.