Hi, as I mentioned in one of my communities yesterday I stayed pretty silent because of previous issues at another site similar to what's going on here with the creeps creeping in....no more.Let's stand strong and be ourselves and ignore perhaps the uglies and they'll get bored and move on for lack of attention. Bless you all and be well, fibrofran
Hi ctbeth, I have not been on here for a while., Could you explain what in the world you all are talking about? If not, I would appreciate some type of info. I normally post on here and have no idea what is going on.
Beth was thinking of leaving the WebMD communities, but changed her mind and decided to stay. There has been an anonymous poster (aka "troll") coming on and attacking members and saying vile, vulgar things. They have not been on for a while and right now things are better.
WebMD no longer has moderators in their communities. Administration is monitoring the communities and eventually will delete posts that we report. I think they have seen the need to monitor more closely and address problems like this which is very good.
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