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  1. Lovely post @jrw. It's good to know we're doing something right. We have some fantastic members here and we seem to be one of the friendliest forums I've certainly ever been a member of. Here's to the next 2,000 posts! I'd also like to take the opportunity to say thank you for the massive contribution made by @Booth11. We're always keen to push on and progress, so we welcome any feedback, especially by the more 'senior' folk 😄
  2. I'll pull some available updates now as I've noticed a few spam posts sneaking through recently. See if that helps.
  3. @NRW do you mean the 'spam' popped up on screen or was it posted to the forum? I'm a little confused as to what you mean. Thanks.
  4. Very interesting input from someone who has been on the 'inside'!
  5. I know others that do too mate. Helps if you're friendly with the dealer and they'll turn a blind eye to mods if warranty work is required. Personally, I'd rather have my servicing done by the guys tuning my car. They'll take a look at plugs while they're in there, use the most suitable oil, check over for known issues - that kind of thing. Comes down to preference, doesn't it? Can't fault anyone for going to a dealer, it just isn't for me (if avoidable!).
  6. I see your point, but in all honesty if my gearbox or engine blew up and I could have warranty work done by someone like Statller, then I'd be in dreamland. No one in their right mind is going to forego a potential five figure sum and not let a dealership do the work. I did however elect to have (and pay) Statller do my Haldex pump/controller when it broke (under warranty) rather than let Audi near my car.
  7. I'm reluctant to use a dealer even when my car is in warranty. I would use a good independent over a main dealer any day. Once my cars are tuned, then it forces my hand anyway.
  8. Once you have 25 posts you'll be able to access the Classifieds section 👍
  9. invisiblekid

    Boring F1

    The last 4 or 5 races especially have been awesome! I really hope Red Bull can put a genuine challenge to Merc next year. I’ve never been a Ferrari fan, but you feel they’re getting close to having a very competitive car with a pair of brilliant drivers. Arguably the most talented combo...
  10. I went over to the Porsche museum with @Danno and @R Soul a few years ago. We also saw strippers and drank lots of beer 😁 The Porsche museum is awesome though. My dream car is a 911 Turbo so I was like a pig in the proverbial.
  11. Hi @Raiden Just checked the email logs and it appears you previously marked VWROC emails as spam. Tut tut. This email was not sent because the recipient previously marked your messages as spam. If you believe they should receive this type of email in the future, remove them from the Spam Reports suppression group. Learn more. I've removed you from the filter list, so if you want to try again you should get the email now
  12. I don't suppose anyone saw the offending advert, did they? We have literally tens of thousands of adverts served via AdSense. The URLs don't match anything in the console, so I suspect they're just destinations that members are redirected to from a base URL. One thing to note, this isn't an issue specifically with VWROC. This is an AdSense issue that will show itself on any website serving AdSense adverts. We will try to find and eliminate the advert from the rotation, however I would strongly recommend that all members seeing this issue clear their browsing cache in an attempt to reduce the likelihood of being served the offending advert.
  13. If any members see it again, can they report here please? Thanks.
  14. Yeah, this is an ugly one guys. We're very sorry for it sneaking through - we're pretty sure it's coming via AdSense. We're looking at how to resolve the issue now.
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