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May 15 2013
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HELP PLS

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in need of someone with a ps3 to send someone a message from me via psn. Help a lady out Smiley Happy

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kstruwig1009 wrote:

in need of someone with a ps3 to send someone a message from me via psn. Help a lady out Smiley Happy


Why can't you message your friend yourself?

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Maybe she dosent have a PS3
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currently do not have access to one lol

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kstruwig1009 wrote:

currently do not have access to one lol


Do you have a Vita? If you do you can send them a message that way or, if they use the Forums, you can send them the message on here.

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Sadly no and no Smiley Sad

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WWelcome to the PlayStation Community Forum.

 

While I can empathise with your situation, I am not sure you will have luck with this request.  

 

It is worth stating; anyone who takes you up on your request should do so at their own risk.  

 

I am not accusing you of being disingenuous, but it is always important to remember; any emails sent from a PSN account are held liable for any damage or misuse of the PSN Messaging system, per the ToS.

 

Those sending the message are responsible for the content, no matter who the message is truly from, and must take into account the recipient of such a message may or may not be inclined to accept the message or be in agreement with the arrangement made between the "author" of the email and the actual sender.

 

Just reminding people to keep their heads about them.  It is nice to be helpful to fellow PSN users but keep in mind, we truly do not know each other, let alone someone out of the blue making such a request.

 

Again; I wish you luck kstruwig1009, and also extend my simple warning to those who take you up on your request.  Nothing personal, just looking out for everyone.Smiley Happy

 

Moble

 

 

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PLYMCO_PILGRIM wrote:

^ moble stole my post!  Smiley Tongue


I don't belive it. You're not typically that long winded. Smiley Very Happy

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ne1atall wrote:

PLYMCO_PILGRIM wrote:

^ moble stole my post!  Smiley Tongue


I don't belive it. You're not typically that long winded. Smiley Very Happy


Well, it wasn't actually a post from PILGRIM, it was actually made via proxy for someone else. That's why it would have been longer than normal.  Smiley Wink

 

... yeah that joke may be too complicated to work. Whatever, I'm leaving it.

 

In order to stay on topic. The message that someone might be asking you to send for them, could be to someone who has a restraining order out against the first party and you would therefore be placing yourself as an accessory to it's violation, as an example, right?

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