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2009-05-04 18:52:21   Welcome to the Wiki. Please consider the importance of using your RealName, because using your real name is a way to acknowledge that this is a community. If you don't want to use your real name at least introduce yourself. —JasonAller

2010-06-27 11:19:59   Hypocrite. —JasonAller

2010-06-27 12:20:58   Do you work for TAPS? If so, using this account might put TAPS in a negative light. Also, the account name is very confusing as well. Some might mistake you as the complaint department for the Wiki. —hankim

2010-06-27 14:29:12   I have a complaint. If you work for TAPS as it is safe to assume otherwise you would not be able to substantiate that Miss Roads is not using her Real Name. I got a parking ticket in 2008 on my Jeep and paid it. I don't drive that car anymore, but I need to renew the registration now in order to sell it and I can't because it has an overdue parking ticket on it. Please correct this error. Thank you. —MasonMurray

2010-06-28 04:07:33   I had a similar challenge. You can call the issuing agency and request documentation. Are you saying you paid for a ticket and they believe you still owe them money? —complaintdepartment

2010-06-28 05:12:01   I have neighbors who strew trash on their lawns. Can you do anything about that? —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2010-07-09 03:24:43   Move —complaintdepartment

2010-07-19 16:46:29   I have a complaint: there are a handful of users who create usernames with official-sounding titles that seem to imply that they represent real organizations, even though those accounts are being used as personal accounts, or by individuals who do not represent the organization. Beyond that, these accounts don't have any accountability, since they are not using their own identity. Could you fix that? —JoePomidor