(12-01-2012 07:33 AM)folkertino Wrote: Did you actually go to the website? It's my pc and hobby website, no participation from others or any for-profit activity whatsoever. I'm just showing my cards.
The box breaks - as you can see on my website - are boxes I purchased and open in front of a camera. Perhaps you're confused with group breaks that do have a commercial nature?
As I am not advertising any commercial activity I am not infringing TOS article 11 (Forums) A-e-g, nor Article 11 A-g. As a matter of fact, I am fulfilling on Article 11 C, in which Beckett says they "encourage you to include images of your best pulls as well as links to box break videos." Although I'm not posting in the Box Breaks forum it does show I am not violating any Terms.
Did I mention Beckett.com dedicated an article to my custom cards a while ago?
As a regular contributor to the boards yourself I would have expected a little more caution, consideration and moderation.
Hope you liked my website though.
(12-01-2012 05:53 AM)will23c1982 Wrote: Some of your custom cards are incredible. Such nice, simple, clean designs.
Also, nice touch donating the money from the Rik Smits card sale to the Indiana children's hospital.
(12-01-2012 10:19 AM)hercules21 Wrote: Very nice looking site.
(12-02-2012 06:34 AM)jpleazme805 Wrote: love the site!! keep up the good work & continue to show up your cards...
(12-01-2012 11:57 PM)josiahcecil Wrote: great site
(12-01-2012 09:39 AM)shezdoni Wrote: You are correct Sir, and I apologize, my post has been dutifully removed
(12-03-2012 08:20 AM)TBarn291 Wrote: Enjoyed your site thoroughly! Very creative customs I really liked the designs and the stories were very entertaining. I am curious, the charity you donated the proceeds to, how were you familiar with it, and was Rik aware/encouraging that the proceeds were being donated?