Facebook House Rules

The Swagbucks community is one of the largest and most savvy online rewards communities out there and nowhere is it more evident than the Swagbucks Facebook Page. Whether you are a seasoned veteran of Swagbucks or a Swagbucks newbie, there is a wealth of knowledge to be gained on the Swagbucks Facebook Wall. That’s why we want to ensure that the Swagbucks Facebook Wall remains not only an enjoyable place but also a place where you can feel comfortable and safe.

We would like to take this moment to review our Facebook House Rules. Most importantly the Facebook House Rules require that you refrain from any activity that could be construed as “bullying or abusive behavior”. We by no means are trying to curtail you from expressing your feelings or opinions. On the contrary, we love hearing from all of you! The Swagbucks Facebook Wall is a place where you should feel comfortable and safe to comment and express your opinions. However, there is a fine line between behavior that is appropriate and inappropriate. First, as delineated in our Facebook House Rules, “Any use of profanity or profane language” will not be tolerated. Second, any activity or behavior construed as “bullying or abusive” will not be tolerated. It’s as simple as treating others the way you would want to be treated, including fellow Swagbucks members and Swagbucks Customer Support. If your comments or posts do not meet the criteria defined in our Facebook House Rules it may result in your posts or comments being removed, being banned from the Swagbucks Facebook Page, and possibly having your Swagbucks account suspended.

Swagbucks was founded on the spirit of giving and we’ve been lucky enough to watch a community grow on the Swagbucks Facebook Page that fosters and promotes positivity, compassion and generosity. We fully intend to ensure that the Swagbucks Facebook Page remains a place where everyone can feel comfortable and safe to not just share SB earning tips but maybe even make a new friend in the process.

-Team Swagbucks

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