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Old 03-08-2017, 10:55 AM
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I am having a problem with the "Incoming Friend Request". When I check the "Reject selected friend requests", and then the Save Change button, it does the whirl thing and acts as though it did what I chose.

But this is all to naught. Next time I log in to RR, the "Your Notifications:" is showing 1. Every time I check the "Reject selected friend requests", and save, the whirl thing again. Doesn't work. Been trying for over a week to reject the requested friend.

This deals with 'propwash1010.

Why can't I save my Reject choice?
Thanks for you help.
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Old 03-08-2017, 12:54 PM
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Did you check the box on the friend request first? That's what I usually forget to do.

Check the box on the requestor's avatar, click on the reject selected friend requests and then save.
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Old 03-08-2017, 3:23 PM
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Did you check the box on the friend request first? That's what I usually forget to do.

Check the box on the requestor's avatar, click on the reject selected friend requests and then save.
+1. I've had a couple of these "blind friend requests," i.e. people registered, made 1-2 posts, never enough to enable PM's, and sent me friend requests (for reasons I cannot imagine since I didn't know any of them). And had a heck of a time dismissing them until I figured it out. That check box is the trick.
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Old 03-08-2017, 4:52 PM
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Thank you Mike! I never saw that box there till you pointed me to it. bunch of the dah moments I had. lol
Thanks again sir.

edit:
Agree with you DJ11... It seems that their sole purpose is to possibly start spamming or some other nefarious action. As I mentioned above, had a bunch of dahs trying to delete that friend request...lol
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