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Definition of a "Post" In Service Transfer Rules?

10thHouse10thHouse Member

Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

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  • A post is also a comment.
    But it can be a threat, since the first post of a threat is also a post :)

    I’ve seen multiple types of payment methods.

  • angstromangstrom Moderator
    edited June 22

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Every post counts if it's not considered spammy

    (For example -- and this isn't exhaustive -- posts that supply invoice numbers or are composed of sentence fragments are considered spammy)

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Thanked by 110thHouse
  • @angstrom said:

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Every post counts if it's not considered spammy

    (For example -- and this isn't exhaustive -- posts that supply invoice numbers or are composed of sentence fragments are considered spammy)

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Thank you!

    Thanked by 1angstrom
  • @angstrom said:

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Every post counts if it's not considered spammy

    (For example -- and this isn't exhaustive -- posts that supply invoice numbers or are composed of sentence fragments are considered spammy)

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Oh, one more thing: should I reach out to my hosting provider before I post the transfer thread, to ensure that they can assist in the transfer? Or should I make the thread first?

  • skorousskorous Member

    @10thHouse said:

    @angstrom said:

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Every post counts if it's not considered spammy

    (For example -- and this isn't exhaustive -- posts that supply invoice numbers or are composed of sentence fragments are considered spammy)

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Oh, one more thing: should I reach out to my hosting provider before I post the transfer thread, to ensure that they can assist in the transfer? Or should I make the thread first?

    Would seen like you would want to know in advance if they allow transfers, are going to charge you $10, etc ..

    Thanked by 2angstrom 10thHouse
  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @skorous said:

    @10thHouse said:

    @angstrom said:

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Every post counts if it's not considered spammy

    (For example -- and this isn't exhaustive -- posts that supply invoice numbers or are composed of sentence fragments are considered spammy)

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Oh, one more thing: should I reach out to my hosting provider before I post the transfer thread, to ensure that they can assist in the transfer? Or should I make the thread first?

    Would seen like you would want to know in advance if they allow transfers, are going to charge you $10, etc ..

    Just to echo this, yes, indeed, you should be aware of whether the provider allows service transfers and under what conditions

  • emghemgh Member
    edited June 22

    @angstrom said:

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Wouldn’t that be a giveaway? 😆

    Thanked by 1angstrom
  • angstromangstrom Moderator

    @emgh said:

    @angstrom said:

    @10thHouse said:
    Assuming this set of service transfer rules still applies, how is a "post" defined? As a unique thread, or do comments count?

    Also, are there any rules regarding what payment methods I am required to offer?

    No -- you can also offer a service transfer for free

    Wouldn’t that be a giveaway? 😆

    Well, generally, in practice, providers offer giveaways, and ordinary users offer service transfers :)

    In any case, we want to allow for the case where an ordinary user wants to offer a simple service transfer for free. (It's rare, but it sometimes happens)

    Thanked by 3emgh 10thHouse 0xC7
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