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Occasionally we have to restrict users from posting. This is done at our discretion and once banned you will not be able to post, view your profile, upload photos or use the UKClimbing.com contact forms to email other users. Posting restrictions are almost always lifted after a short time and a quick email to the moderators will usually do the trick. It is worth keeping in mind the fact that we are more likely to lift restrictions on those people who have made some attempt to understand why they might have been banned in the first place and approach us positively. Angry emails from people who are under the impression that their human rights have been violated will usually be ignored.