Rules for posting Bloodwork

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  • [quote=“chubs0407” pid=‘84868’ dateline=‘1584413037’]
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    [quote=“CaptainAmerica” pid=‘77506’ dateline=‘1577160195’]
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    The group I’m buying from now I don’t think offers store credit for bloods so I don’t guess I have anything to worry about now but I’ve seen a few users on the first page have their results “voided” because they don’t post enough. What is the number of posts needed to have it count?
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    I explained in another post. Basically while there is a minimum threshold I look for, I am not going to reveal it. This prevents people just meeting the threshold or posting frivolously before posting the bloods to make the requirement.

    Be a contributing member for a period of time. It lends to your credibility.
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    Am I eligible for credit on bloodwork yet? I am getting close to needing tests and would love to be able to get credit from my source.
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    It’s up to the source to give you credit even if it doesn’t count for their rep. Plenty sources will give credit anyways for posting bloods even if ur post isn’t eligible to give the source credit.
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    I understand that. I just know that in order for the source to give credit, the mods in here have to sign off on it first. I have seen some somewhat newer profiles get rejected and just don’t want to miss out on the credit from my supplier given that should happen.
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    My source has given me store credit despite the mods saying it doesn’t count. The mods are talking to the source when they say the bloodwork doesn’t count. As in it doesn’t count for the reputation score for the source.

  • [quote=“chubs0407” pid=‘84868’ dateline=‘1584413037’]
    [quote=“BigDiesel95” pid=‘84867’ dateline=‘1584412624’]
    [quote=“chubs0407” pid=‘84859’ dateline=‘1584409612’]
    [quote=“CaptainAmerica” pid=‘77506’ dateline=‘1577160195’]
    [quote=“chubs0407” pid=‘77479’ dateline=‘1577130866’]
    The group I’m buying from now I don’t think offers store credit for bloods so I don’t guess I have anything to worry about now but I’ve seen a few users on the first page have their results “voided” because they don’t post enough. What is the number of posts needed to have it count?
    [/quote]

    I explained in another post. Basically while there is a minimum threshold I look for, I am not going to reveal it. This prevents people just meeting the threshold or posting frivolously before posting the bloods to make the requirement.

    Be a contributing member for a period of time. It lends to your credibility.
    [/quote]

    Am I eligible for credit on bloodwork yet? I am getting close to needing tests and would love to be able to get credit from my source.
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    It’s up to the source to give you credit even if it doesn’t count for their rep. Plenty sources will give credit anyways for posting bloods even if ur post isn’t eligible to give the source credit.
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    I understand that. I just know that in order for the source to give credit, the mods in here have to sign off on it first. I have seen some somewhat newer profiles get rejected and just don’t want to miss out on the credit from my supplier given that should happen.
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    I think he’s saying the source can still give you store credit if the mods reject it. As in the mods mean the bloodwork doesn’t count for the reputation score of the source, but the source can still give you store credit.

  • Thanks for laying everything out so well here. I believe I’m not posting enough to be considered active, as I’ve been lurking & reading for a bit. I look forward to being a better member & meeting a lot of you. I’m hoping to provide bloodwork for a newer vendor in a little while.

  • What are the timings for checking posted bloodwork? is it a monthly check for credit

    Asking because the source provider i used wont give credit unless my bloodwork is approved by the site

  • What is considered active on posting in order to get credit?

  • Hello,

    I understand and respect the rule “must be 2 months old with active post history”. However, would it be possible to get an exemption if I was able to prove/ verify that I am legit? Don’t want to sound like I am asking for special treatment, just thought it would be worth a try because a credit would really help me out right now! Thanks

  • I’ll be getting mid cycle bloodwork on Colonial Labs bloodwork in two weeks. @“CaptainAmerica” do I qualify and if not what further steps do I need to take for you?

    Thanks

  • 2 months old with an active post history appear to be the only requirements… assuming you follow the template when posting

  • @CaptainAmerica

    I posted my wife’s bloods about 6 days ago. The thread was deleted by a mod. No explanation. What’s up man? We don’t have any female bloodwork posted here and I don’t know why my post was deleted? Please advise.

  • @Kirkland The hunter bloods? It’s still there. I haven’t deleted anything. Just haven’t gotten around to bloods yet

  • @CaptainAmerica Okay man> I logged in today and the post wasn’t visible and there was a message that said it had been removed by and admin.

    Maybe the new site bugs. BTW new place is looking good!

  • @CaptainAmerica

    Long time lurker. Is there any bypass around the 3 month rule if I recently got routine bloodwork drawn using source provided test cyp? Thanks.

  • @itsme It won’t count for their rep but it’s up to the source if they still give credit. Most do.

  • @CaptainAmerica My man I have bloodwork from Hunter, but I have zero idea how to copy and paste the template without it looking like trash. How do I do that?

    Also, this account isn’t 3 months old, but my original one is. Don’t know if that means anything.

  • @CaptainAmerica Never mind I figured it out.

  • @hypeofbeauty1 Yes the link is from the old forum. But at the same time, it’s pinned to this sub forum…

  • @CaptainAmerica does this mean that if you pin test E ED that your bloodwork will pretty much never count for the source?

  • @CaptainAmerica

    I have read the rules, and the word “typically” is used and “mod discretion”.

    I have bloodwork I’d like to share, the total test count is unfortunately withheld on paper to a cap of 1500. My doctor said it’s over 2800 but only an endocrinologist will speak with me about that and her paperwork is capped as a result, she said the same for free-T. I have counts on E2. Testosterone among other results.

  • @OldManMarc That applies only to results <1500.

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