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Vendor/Commercial for-profit user tagging

In order to distinguish members who are selling services or products, their user titles will now reflect the name of their website.

Self-promotion is not allowed here. In addition, you should know futures.io (formerly BMT) has never accepted any compensation from any vendor and is not sponsored by any vendor.

That being said, the purpose of tagging these users is two fold:

1) Make it known they are selling something, so there is no question.
2) The member can then use their own judgment as to how to proceed.

Some vendors primary goal is to make money. Some vendors primary goal is to help people. The futures.io (formerly BMT) staff cannot decide which it is, only you can. So this policy is put in place to help make you aware and then allow you to reach your own conclusions.

Here is a sample of how a Vendor/Commercial username will appear:

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If you believe the staff has missed a user that is a vendor or selling a product, use the Report Post icon on the right side of the post to make us aware.

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