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It is my decision whether or not to publish comments and whether to edit them. As a general indication:
I do not publish comments that I consider are irrelevant, offensive, unhelpful, promoting an unwise course of action, spammy or simply unkind.
If you leave many comments that are repetitive, I may stop publishing them.
Debt Camel is not a suitable place for lengthy political discussions.
I may shorten long comments or put several of your comments into a single one. I will sometimes later move your comment to a more relevant page.
I operate a policy that commenters are not allowed to criticise a junior employee at a firm by name, and are not allowed to name their Adjudicator at the Financial Ombudsman. I may edit your comment to delete a name.
I sometimes delete old comments if I consider this will improve the experience of people reading these pages.
I do not publish the names of Claims Companies.