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I see a facebook site has been setup by some of the Moderators from CAG who seem unhappy here.

 

From the Group info page on Facebook

An external chat room for all those who feel that "The other place" is not as friendly as it once was...and that the removal of CAG Chat means that one-to-one discussions are sorely missed...

 

Only bona fide CAG Bods and Mods will be allowed to join this group. To qualify you first need to be a CAG Bod, which is easy to do if you visit: www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk

 

Come on in...but please...remember that this is a public space of sorts, and any content that is deemed libellous, immoral or contravenes any other Facebook rules will not be tolerated...

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  • Adam (London) (creator)
  • Caroline (West Midlands)

Obviously I don't know who's who, but I bet there are few people there that are the ones who immediatly jump on peoples backs whenever users here asked about the chatroom.

 

Do any of the members of the Facebook group wish to comment??

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I see a facebook site has been setup by some of the Moderators from CAG who seem unhappy here.
I think you will find that 'unfriendly' actually refers to rather pathetic individuals who spend their time trolling on CAG and annoying other users.

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This mini-group was set up from within my own Facebook account, as a way to share stuff with my CAG friends, but in a non-CAG environment. This is not a mini-CAG, or anything to do with consumer issues...

 

Those that are invited in have been CAGgers for 18-24 months, we have all shared tough times on CAG, and yes, we have, at times been at our wits end when dealing with trouble makers and trolls. However, we do have outside lives, most of us have met each other socially, and we discuss things like kids, holidays, work and families...just like normal people.

 

If people want to bitch, then do it elsewhere. Stay away from my Facebook account...

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