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CouponClippen said: Neilium said: FroginMyPants said: American Express class action re: interest rates. Last digits of AE card needed. I don't have mine any longer. Any suggestions? Guess I could try calling AE. Ugggh.
https://www.aprsettlement.com/ There is more info on this here. OK it is official if the mods don't care about posting NEW class actions in here instead of in the class action discussion for that action then neither do I. NO MORE NEW THREADS!!!!!! To clarify, we post new class action threads in this thread so people can follow along with the thread, especially if they are subscribed via e-mail.
However, we still try to also post new class action threads in Deal Discussion to give people a chance to discuss them without cluttering the Class Action thread.
Why did Fatwallet delete my pleasant and (attempting-to-be) helpful response in this thread to a prior comment in this thread about an Amex class action? And delete a couple of other recent posts on that topic from this thread, as well?
If you are attempting to have this strange, unintuitive, dual-track combination of threads on the "class action" topic, and if you are going to delete people's well-meaning and on-topic comments from this thread, at least you could explain to confused contributors, who didn't deliberately set out to stop on anybody's toes, that they have posted in the "wrong" thread, and move their comments to the thread that you think would better host those comments, instead of wiping the posts from the site altogether.
^^^ I agree with oppidum. With the move to master threads in FS, we had a 'phase-in'or probation/grace period where instead of simply locking/deleting posts made outside the MT's, mods left green box instructions informing posters of the new policy and informing them that they are to use the appropriate MT. Once that period ended (it had an approximate 3 month probation), mods continued posting the green box message, but began locking/deleting improper posts. This is a little more complicated as it involves a class action category with threads for each individual class action to discuss, and retains this MT as a list of each class action only, without cluttering it up with discussion. I think users are still somewhat confused by what's happening, and a green box similar to what is used in FS, to inform users where they should be posting and where, might be helpful. In FS, the 'offender' also received a reminder PM as well.
Something along the lines of "Our policy on Class Actions has been revised. To streamline the process, this master thread is to serve as an announcement of current available Class Action cases. Each Class Action should have it's own thread, which are found under Class Actions in Deal Discussion. In the future, please posts comments related to a particular Class Action, in the thread which was created for it. New Class Actions should be a) announced in this MT, and b) receive a separate thread in DD for discussions related to it." or whatever you come up with, with a grace period before enforcing it.
CouponClippen said: scripta said: Arbitrary removal of GOOD posts is bad for morale. Especially without an explanation. What The Fact, mods?The posts involved were about Amex. The Amex thread is here LINK. I believe the discussion here started before that thread was created.
scripta said: CouponClippen said: scripta said: Arbitrary removal of GOOD posts is bad for morale. Especially without an explanation. What The Fact, mods? The posts involved were about Amex. The Amex thread is here LINK. I believe the discussion here started before that thread was created.
The thread is almost a month old the discussion in here was very recent.
alanmax said: Mods. please don't ruin FW. It's been great but... We've decided to take a different approach to this thread in keeping with other list threads on the forums. Since a lot of people follow this thread via e-mail, we've decided to leave this thread for mostly just providing updates and listing new class actions. Asking questions for occasional clarification is still okay, but for in-depth discussions, we recommend posting on the individual pre-existing Class Action threads found in the Class Action category. For example, discussion on American Express' class action would go here. This way, people can talk about class actions in-depth on individual threads, and leave this thread mostly as a list for class actions.
Does this make sense? Let me know if anyone has any questions or suggestions?
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