What happens if your Craigslist post is flagged?

August 24, 2019 Off By idswater

What happens if your Craigslist post is flagged?

Free classified ads sufficiently flagged are subject to automated removal. Postings may also be flagged for removal by CL staff or CL automated systems. Millions of ads are removed by flagging monthly, nearly all of which violate the CL terms of use.

Why is something flagged for removal on Craigslist?

Craigslist automatically monitors the IP addresses of where posts originate, so if they notice that too many posts are coming from the same IP, then those listings will get flagged for removal. Craigslist does this to prevent one person from spamming their site with too many ads at once.

How do you find out who flagged you on Craigslist?

How to Know Your Ad Has Been Flagged

  1. Click on the button ‘My Account. ‘
  2. Enter your Craigslist account credentials.
  3. Go through the ads that you published in the past 180 days.
  4. Click on the name that is shown next to the text ‘Flagged.
  5. Re-read the Terms of Use of Craigslist’s and review your ad.
  6. Repost your ad.

What does it mean when your account has been flagged for collections?

Collection items that appear on your credit report can be inaccurate. Sometimes they are accurate, but you still do not see eye to eye with the debt collector that placed the item on your credit report. When that happens, the debt collector has a duty to flag its collection item on your credit report as “Disputed.”

Does flagging on Craigslist work?

If you see an inappropriate post on Craigslist, the popular classified advertising site used by individuals and businesses, you can flag it for removal. A Craigslist flag marks Craigslist advertising as inappropriate, and if enough people flag the ad, it will be automatically removed.

Can you see who flagged you on Facebook?

Anonymity. All reports submitted to Facebook remain anonymous. At no time during this process will Facebook reveal the identity of the member who initially flagged the photo.

What is a flagged account?

The flag status is used to alert you to any suspicious transactions on your account. Not every flagged payment is fraudulent, but flags indicate that a payment is worth investigating. When a payment is flagged, you must either capture or void it manually.

Why does my Craigslist post get flagged?

If a posting gets flagged sufficiently, then it is removed. Craigslist post can be flagged for mainly three reasons. Scam/Prohibited: Craigslist ads posting which are fraudulent or Craigslists post which are clearly fraud (for instance, a 2015 auto for less than $200) would be an example of when this is an appropriate flag choice.

How to avoid Craigslist flagging?

Reduce the frequency that you are posting.

  • if needed.
  • Use a different computer to switch IPs.
  • Craigslist frequently places a temporary ban on accounts or IP combinations.
  • Ask The Craigslist Community.
  • What is flagging on Craigslist?

    In very simple terms, flagging on Craigslist means that a number of people mark your ad or post on Craigslist and if its been marked by a specific number of users, it gets taken down. If a large number of your posts get repeatedly flagged, your account can get banned from Craigslist.