# Hiting mean that some brag about how good he is or what good method he has with out showing any example.
For example a guy who talks down to others methods and in the same time claim he know better ways with out showing any example.
# Put up or shut up.
My two cents.
Although there is nothing specific in the forum rules regarding spamming or system selling, I see rule 7 (no bloviating, no hinting), to be interpreted in those terms. In other words, there are members who have said at one time or another that they win consistently or have a "holy grail", but in my view there should be a distinction between such claims and specific, concrete claims such as "this system has beaten X million spins", and posting graphs to "prove" it.
Such a claim, if submitted by a member who is known to have sold systems in the past, and is clearly intent on communicating that he has "solved the problem", and hinting that others can be given the solution, through, for example, an email link and a suggestive message under their avatar, is, IMO, in contravention of rule 7. In such a case, we are indeed justified in demanding that they "put up or shut up".
The difference really isn't that subtle. It's pretty obvious when someone is spamming, or just dropping an offhand and casual comment albeit in a "braggy" kind of way. No-one would reasonably jump all over this member and demand that he reveal all details or accuse him of trying to solicit custom. The application of some common sense is all that's required.
I think the rule should be clarified to reflect this context and connection with potential spamming and system selling, if indeed, that was the intention of it in the first place.
Ideally, (and this is what Stef had put in place just prior to closing his forum) there would be some way of allowing the braggers and system sellers put up or shut up. I'm not against system selling per se
. A system seller doesn't necessariy equate to "scammer", although in the case of overblown claims it's highly likely that the seller knows very well that his system will not perform as advertised (why sell the goose which lays the golden egg?).
Maybe Victor will get around to implementing this one day. I'm sure it will add a great deal to the forum, and be a lot of fun.