TADAAM – RULES OF CONDUCT FOR FACEBOOK
On the TADAAM Facebook page everyone can vent their opinion. Because your question, idea or critical remark truly matters to us!
Still, can we keep things pleasant for everyone? We understand there can be some (unpleasant) surprises along the way or maybe you’re going through a rough patch but we work so much better when there’s mutual respect and no swearing. After all, you are the reason we do this and we would like nothing more than to solve all problems and questions as soon as possible.
Entitled to your opinion
We speak with each other, not about each other. Religious beliefs, gender, skin colour… we always welcome everyone, there is no discussion about that. A misplaced comment? We put a stop to that immediately, without exception. If you agree to keep it polite and respectful, we are happy to continue the conversation.
Capital letters and punctuation marks? Please do use them! Well-formed sentences help convey your thoughts clearly. Do be conservative with their use, however. Otherwise, the impact will be lost.
Things that are just not done…
Never try to steal the show with undesirable content. We immediately shut down everything in this long but non-exhaustive list: racism, discrimination, hate speech, bullying, stalking, extremist ideas, incitement to unlawful acts, threats, harmful statements directed at minors, pornographic content, spam, etc.
Your privacy is sacred
Want to share a number or address with us? Always do so safely, via a private message.
Stay on topic!
Commercial messages, invitations for competitions, polls, apps and other things that have nothing to do with TADAAM are not allowed on our Facebook page. Reactions or messages of this nature are irrevocably deleted. No ifs or buts. If you do this repeatedly you will be blocked – sorry.
Failed to abide by these rules? Then TADAAM is entitled to remove your message or reaction from the Facebook page. In case of repeated infringements you will be blocked and you will no longer be able to post messages or reactions. That would be a shame, wouldn’t it?
TIP: Think twice about your message before you send it or say it. Would you speak to your friends, family, colleagues or boss that way? If not, say it differently. That way, our staff can take further steps to assist you or others who read your post will not be offended.