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A word on Zclub member safety


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There's been some discussion amongst the Zclub staff recently about the amount of detail (particularly in relation to expensive mods) that members are posting about their Zeds, and the fact that this information is so readily available to the general public.

 

That knowledge, combined with information in other posts (such as members' home and work locations, planned meets, etc), could possibly result in Club members (or their beloved rides) being targeted by thieves and other ne'er-do-wells.

 

Accordingly, the Members' Rides forum has been locked down so that only members and premium members can access it. Although this means Guests, Validating Members (email addresses yet to be verified) and Restricted Members (members yet to reach 5 posts) can't see this particular forum, Club members are reminded that privacy and safety starts with the individuals.

 

Please take care when posting information about yourself or your cars, and remember that we're an open club - we welcome anyone's registration, as long as they have a valid email address they can be reached at. Although the Club takes every precaution to safeguard the information you entrust to us, it's up to you - the individual - to be mindful of what you post and what someone else could do with the information you share in our public forums.

 

If you have any queries, concerns or even just general comments or suggestions about improving Club member safety, please let your nearest Club staffer know.

 

Cheers,

Dan.

 

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