What happens when you are banned from LEGO.com?

Uhm… I’m not sure, but how does it exactly look like when you get your account suspended and or banned?

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You . .you can get banned from Lego ?? Oh god

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I would guess that every time you log in, the site redirects you to a brick wall

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This… this is an interesting topic. I have never experienced this stuff you’re talking about, but I can understand the feeling…

We can send someone to test this. Send Lego a hateful email.

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I don’t want to be the sender, but I can set up a false e-mail, and give community access…

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/s

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This is turning from a simple curiosity into a community science project, I love it.

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I’m actually going to set the Email up, guys. I’ll PM when done

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They could possibly ban your IP if your don’t have a virtual proxy or whatnot.
I don’t think it’s really worth it.

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Well, LEGO.com is mainly for children under the age of 10, so they can probably ban you for doing something that would hurt the kiddies. But everything goes through moderation before posting so idk.

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I want to see this happen…
I actually lost the password to my account there, though…

Post gore on the message boards. It’ll scar the kids, but you’ll be banned!
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No seriously, don’t do that. I don’t think you can be banned from Lego.com, but I know for a fact you can be kicked off the message boards.

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Curiosity…was wondering if somebody does not know.

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I don’t think I get you.

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Not really, I was just curious if somebody does not know what happens in that situation. :smiley:

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