Comcast Help Forum Guidelines
Last Edited Thursday 08 April 2010 Version 1.0.3
Welcome to the Comcast Help Forums!
These forums are accessible to all Comcast customers. Membership and posting privileges are currently available as a free, added benefit to Comcast customers.
We invite you to join in and discuss a variety of topics. Membership within the Comcast Help Forums is both a privilege and a responsibility. Becoming a registered member of the Comcast Help Forums means agreeing to abide by a few simple Comcast Help Forum rules and guidelines as outlined below:
Please keep personal conversations in the Forums Private Messenger. This includes threads/messages aimed at only a select member or group of members, your personal forum status (leaving, arriving, rank, and warnings), other's personal forum status ("Where is ______?"), etc..
Reducing the amount of personal conversation topics between a select group of members will open the door to many other discussions of topics of interest that all posters can partake in, and not just a select group of members.
Finally, please practice good "netiquette." This includes respect for others, refraining from typing in ALL CAPS, avoiding flame wars, refraining from "bumping" threads (i.e.., posting for the sole purpose of moving a thread to the top of a forum page), using non-generic thread titles that indicate the subject of the thread, and keeping posts civil at all times. Together, we can make the community safe and fun for everyone!
These rules apply to all community posts, and articles, videos, and chat comments, as well as Private Messages sent to other community members, employees, moderators and administrators.
For additional information or unresolved forum problems, please contact CC_Dete.
* By having an account and utilizing these forums, you have hereby agreed to the rules, policies, and guidelines contained within this document as well as any other posted documents throughout the community. The Comcast Help & Support Forums are subject to the Subscriber Agreement at http://www.comcast.net/terms/subscriber and the Acceptable Use Policy at http://www.comcast.net/terms/use. The use of 'remove', 'removal' or 'removed' may be substituted for 'edited' or 'deleted' at anytime. Comcast forum "official employees", "moderators" or "administrators" reserve the right to remove any post and/or topic that we deem inappropriate or disruptive to the Comcast Help Forums Community.
Please Note. These Guidelines Can Change Without Notification.