Today there is near zero privacy in all matters of life, but I wanted to share a bad experience I have had on Bet Selection CC. I encourage everyone to consider the implications and gravity of contributing to that forum and any forum for that matter where administration actively disregards privacy. Despite having actively posted up on the baccarat forum for several yearsas 21 Aces, I recently made the decision to get off after repeated sustained harrassment from one of their global moderators, Alrelax. It's a given that site administration could see a good amount of detail about any member, but I received repeated public and private inquiries into who I am and where I play from Alrelax. Despite making it very clear that I have chosen to keep such information private, he kept pressing over the course of time in a very childish and annoying manner that apparently he thinks is cute until as recently as a few weeks ago. When I confronted him about it, I was restricted from posting. In short, the situation was beyond stupid, but apparently Bet Selection CC has zero problem with it. As an extension, Alrelax has demonstrated that he really doesn't care about anyone's privacy at all. He has recently detailed one of his friend's bad experiences in baccarat by posting accounts of play and private text messages between the two as some sort of case example to save the world from loss in the thread 'Baccarat Reality. H-Money loses $12K +. Proper Bankroll-Buy In & Frame-of-Mind'. Having extensive experience at a top house of substantial size where everyone is familiar with each other, I can only imagine the type of violation in privacy he is incurring on his friend at what appears to be a very small house. In my view, this is in very poor taste for anyone to do, much less an administrator. Who does this? The point is, if a site wants people to contribute insight into sports betting, poker, games of chance, etc., don't expect anything if you meddle into their privacy. People may want to maintain their privacy because: - They just want to. - They don't like you. - They don't want to date you or play with you. - They have a professional or personal position that warrants it. - They want to separate their on-line contributions from their identity. - They may work in the gaming industry or possibly do so in the future. - More variations of the above and other reasons.