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Comment Policy

PuneetArora2000.com is a virtual space for people to learn anything that can be turned into useful thing and wisdom. It is for enjoyment and for the people who are like-minded and inquisitive in nature.

Unfortunately, many people turn into bullies online.  To make Income School a friendly community, we simply delete such comments and we have received countless emails and comments from our community members who praise Income School for creating this type of friendly environment.


 Comment Policy

If a comment…

is unfriendly or impolite to the author of the post or any other commenter
advocates an illegal practice
uses vulgar, profane, or unnecessarily harsh language
is spam or appears to be written primarily to post a link or advertise
infringes on the rights of another
is written anonymously
contains copyrighted material not licensed for distribution on the site
impersonates another user
is off-topic

…the comment may be deleted by PuneetArora2000.com  staff or authorized volunteer moderators.  The deletion of comments is wholly within the discretion of the volunteer moderator or PuneetArora2000.com  employee, and their decision will not be reconsidered.

But What If I Disagree With Someone?


Great!  The whole purpose of allowing comments on Income School is to allow internet marketers to share their opinions and knowledge.  Please speak up if you disagree with the author of a post or another commenter; HOWEVER, you must be polite and you must be friendly.

Look through the site and you’ll see that there are hundreds of comments disagreeing with the author or another commenter.  We welcome those comments!  But if a commenter disagrees and does so in an impolite or unfriendly way…. you guessed it!  The comment will be deleted.

Comments are welcomed and encouraged on this website, but there are some instances where comments will be edited or deleted as follows:

Comments deemed to be spam or solely promotional in nature will be deleted. Including a link to relevant content is permitted, but comments should be relevant to the post topic.

Comments including profanity will be deleted.

Comments containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive will be deleted. Note this may include abusive, threatening, pornographic, offensive, misleading or libellous language.

Comments that attack an individual directly will be deleted.

Comments that harass other posters will be deleted. Please be respectful toward other contributors.

Anonymous comments will be deleted. We only accept comments from posters who identify themselves.

The owner of this blog reserves the right to edit or delete any comments submitted to the blog without notice

Here’s what your comment should look like:


Use your real first name and email address in the comment form

Add smart, relevant ideas that expand on an article’s premise — read the article before you comment

Drop funny references or jokes that carry the conversation forward

Offer useful, constructive (not stupid or ugly) criticism

Any combination of the above


We repeat  !!

If you don’t use your real first name or email address

There are keywords and/or your business name in the name field of the comment form

Comments that demonstrate you didn’t read, watch, or listen to the content

Comments that simply restate or repeat information from the article and don’t carry the conversation forward

Off-topic personal or professional rants

Threats to us or other visitors

Any form of defamation

Racist or obscene nastiness

Violation of anyone’s copyright, trademark, etc.

Promotions about and/or links back to your product, service, or latest venture

The comments will be deleted ., Yes, don’t contribute spam



If you’d like your comment to appear on Copyblogger, be respectful of our community and think before you post.

Here are additional comment guidelines:

All rights reserved: For any comment, we reserve the right to edit, delete, move, or mark it as spam. We also reserve the right to block any IP address that violates this comment policy from commenting, subscribing, or accessing PuneetArora2000.com

Links: If you must include a link in your comment, please be aware that your comment may not be approved for posting. Be patient. Relevant links that contribute to the conversation need to be approved. Obvious attempts to promote your business, gain backlinks, traffic, or other types of self-promotion are not allowed
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Liability: By posting a comment, you agree that your contribution is your own and that you take responsibility for it. You agree to hold PuneetArora2000.com, all post authors, and other commenters harmless.

Copyright: If we receive authentic notice that a comment is in violation of anyone’s copyrighted information, the comment will be deleted and the commenter may be blocked from posting comments in the future.

Spam: Don’t do it. Any comment deemed as spam will be deleted and marked as spam. If you repeatedly post spam, your IP address may be blacklisted from accessing Copyblogger.

Gravatar: Wondering how to get your photo next to your comment? Consider signing up for Gravatar. Your comment may be approved faster, too.

Privacy: You need to provide an authentic, verified email address to post a comment on PuneetArora2000.com and receive comment subscriptions. We will never publish your personal information on the blog. Accordingly, do not share private information within your comment. We will delete phone numbers, email addresses, or any other private or personal information to protect the affected party. This is not the place to exchange contact information with other visitors.

Patience: If you follow this comment policy, your comment should be posted. Please be patient while we moderate our conversations to ensure the best experiences for our site visitors.


Important Legal Information


The opinions of commenters and guest posters on PuneetArora2000.com or its social media sites are not those of Ecologic Corporation or its owners, managers, employees, or representatives.  If a moderator or employee fails to delete a comment, it is not an endorsement of said comment.

The comments on this site are not owned by PuneetArora2000.com  and only the individual commenter is liable for its comments.

Any person or person(s) who find a comment or guest post on this site that violates these guidelines or misuses the intellectual property of another should immediately contact PuneetArora2000.com at info@sendbills.com

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