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Ban Appeal Procedure! (READ BEFORE POSTING)
« on: October 13, 2017, 01:43:38 AM »
Welcome to the Ban Appeal section. If you have been directed here chances are you have broken one of the rules of Madgaming and been banned. When you make an appeal make sure its for yourself! Appeals made on behalf of others will NOT usually be accepted! If you do decide to appeal please use the correct format. This is outlined in the next few paragraphs.

How Do I Appeal?

1. Create a new topic and make the subject "[Username] - Ban Appeal"
2. Copy the template below INTO your ban appeal and fill in the information.

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    In-game Username:
    Why you were banned:
    Why you think you should be unbanned:
    Who banned you:

A ban appeal with an incorrect format will be automatically denied and you will be asked to make another.

The results of your appeal.

A member of Staff will review your appeal. We aim to review ban appeals within 48 hrs of posting. If successful your ban time will be either reduced or removed but a record of it will remain with the staff (kind of like a criminal record!) and it may effect future ban appeals. If your appeal is rejected then you must wait out the specified time before returning to the server.

Ban Appeal Section Rules.

The ban appeal section has its own set of rules.

1. Only one appeal can be posted per player per ban.
2. Make sure your post is legible and is easy to understand.
3. Only the original poster, and Server Staff may post in Ban Appeals. Failure to follow this rule may result in a temporary ban from the forums.
4. Ban Appeals are the only topics that can be posted in this section of the forums. Irrelevant posts will be deleted.
5. You are responsible for all actions performed on your account, regardless of who was at the keyboard. Since we have no way to tell if you are telling the truth or not, we cannot allow people to get away with "it wasn't me". Proof of account sharing may effect your appeal positively or negatively though.