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Over the past 15 years we have covered a wide range of projects from
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through to local authority housing stock. Our private sector works
include barn conversions, loft conversions, bar refurbishments, house
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I'd like to apologise for "spamming" on your forum. I recently posted
an add on behalf of a client, which was against Usenet rules.
Taking this into account, I can understand how genuine users of usenet
will be offended by all the spamming which takes place, and would like
to offer my sincere apologies.
It was no fault of the client, and I would be more than happy if any
offended users would like to forward their issues to me, which I will
be happy to address and respond to personally.
My actions were clearly intruding, and I can assure all users that it
will not be happening again.
I guess your apology is a result of
anti-spammers e-mailing your client. I
saw your ad and for the most part
ignored it, but not because I thought it
was spam; it didn't apply to me.
Others may have differing opinions, but
my take is that it wasn't spam. In my
definition, spam is almost always
cross-posted, is obtrusive, off-topic
and annoying. Spam is often repeated ad
nauseum. Another classic part of the
definition is that it's unwanted and
unwelcome. However, tons of stuff on
Usenet is unwanted, so that one is a bit
People advertise their stuff in here
often and they're not called spammers if
they don't saturate the groups.
From my point of view, your post wasn't
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