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We are committed to people getting the most appropriate and high quality advice. Therefore we cannot give advice or respond to advice requests over social networks or through our blogs. If you do ask us for advice on our Facebook or Twitter accounts, we will try and refer you to the relevant service or source of information within two hours on weekdays, or 24 hours at weekends. We cannot guarantee when we will respond on other social networks as they are not monitored every day.
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We encourage open conversation on social media and on our blogs, and would love to hear your views and experiences. However, we ask that you abide by our community guidelines when you do so. By contributing to one of our online channels you agree:
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Any posts which contravene these guidelines or which we deem inappropriate may be hidden, deleted or lead to a ban. In most cases we will endeavour to informthe poster why their post or behaviour was inappropriate.
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We will not remove posts because they are critical of Citizens Advice, unless they also match any of the criteria above.
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