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2012-05-23 10:30:02   Do you own the copyrights to the pictures you're using on Executive Cleaners? If not, you can't use them here. Also, I would appreciate it if you stopped deleting photographs of actual work done by the company from the page. —WilliamLewis

2012-05-23 10:37:14   As another note, please understand that you might be doing something on behalf of the owner of Executive Cleaners, but they do not have exclusive ownership of the entry on the wiki about Executive Cleaners. They don't own it any more than they would own an article in the Enterprise about Executive Cleaners. Please see Welcome to the Wiki/Business Owner for more tips that might help you understand. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards, [email protected], (814) 889-8845

2012-05-23 10:43:53   Ok, but if it is a representation of everyone, how come you are the only one making changes, yet mine all get deleted. All i wanted to do was substitute an ugly looking picture of a repair with something else that looks more elegant. —ZacharySturges

What do illegally used stock photos have to do with Executive Cleaners? This is not a glossy flier or a website for the business. Your changes are being deleted because they are inappropriate for the wiki. —WilliamLewis

2012-05-23 10:58:09   We have permission from Selix tuxedos to use the picture, which is from the catalog of their tuxedos, styles which are available for rental, which was taken by their personal photographer. Forget the alterations photo. —ZacharySturges

  • Do you have permission to release it to the community under Creative Commons? Remember, as it says at the bottom of each page, any content on the wiki can be used by anybody for any purpose, so long as they credit the source. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2012-06-12 17:08:25   Please stop deleting the user uploaded photo, showing an actual product from Executive Cleaners. You may wish to read the welcome to the wiki page (linked above) again. —CovertProfessor