Jeffrey Stephenson Posted October 1, 2009 Author Share Posted October 1, 2009 Hoping not to get you all riled up, but do you think this is enough?Cheating activities, including but not limited to the following, are strictly prohibited. Violator is subjected to automatic disqualification. 1. If you planned to promote your mod, absolutely no benefits can be involved for either you or any voter. 2. Excessive promotion for others to vote for your mod entry (i.e. posting links and asking others to vote for your mod entry on a large number of forums or websites). Cooler Master reserves the rights on deciding whether your promotional activities are excessive or not. 3. Any kind of activities that purposely sabotages other mod entries. 4. Create or have someone create voting bots to vote for any mod entry. 5. Create or have someone create multiple accounts to vote for any mod entry. Does this mean that if someone gets 4,000 votes, his mod can be disqualified? Let me know. Cheers and Saludos I guess it will have to do. The problem is when someone else decides to "help you out" and steps over the line. How can you be blamed? It's difficult. Saludos Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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