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    When we join a platform knowing very well its terms and conditions, should we complain about them ?

    Sometimes we join a group in internet or a blogging site or an academic platform or an association after ascertaining its rules and regulations and terms and conditions. Soon after joining we start complaining and fault finding. Is it a healthy practice or we should abstain from it ?
    Members can give their views on this.
  • #594072

    Well for that matter when we join any platform of public importance or apply for anything, we are bound follow the rules and under the ambit of guidelines. The organizations or the companies for which we show our interest should also know the fact that rules must be made in such a way that it must benefit the both and not one sided rules. So what I mean to say that while the members are bound to follow the rules as mentioned at the time of joining the platform at the same time the organization should also safeguard the need to keep the people with them. Because too much stringent rule may keep them away.

    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #594095
    It is very necessary for the members to follow their site rules, regulations, guidelines and instructions sincerely and strictly. However, the site should also strictly maintain the same and follow the same. They should not deviate from their laid down rules and regulations. Any shift by the site admin will annoy the members. As rightly said by Mohan, the more and much stringent rule will keep the members away. Site managers should consider the issues generously and should not support the wrong doings of the wrong going staff of the site, leaving room for complaints.
    No life without Sun

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