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Hi. Been a member since 2011/2012. Was away for a while. Is good to be back.

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Usually that's for a specific reason - they are using a secondary ID for some reason; they have been allowed access to the mortgage broker's forum, which requires a status change; it's someone we already know from another board; it's a reporter working on a story; etc etc. It's pretty much at my discretion in those cases. I don't make exceptions except for very very good reasons, but I do occasionally make exceptions.

 

Some people fall through the cracks, for various reasons, though, and have been members a long time without getting changed from newbie to member. When I see one, I change it, but I don't see them all, because the one thing they all have in common is, they don't post much.

 

That's why I started this thread. ;)

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