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I was contributing to Quora in the narcissist section, because I was in a relationship with a covert narcissist for 8.5 years and thought I could help others from my experience. I had commented on a few posts by some shady characters:

1. A mobile/online self proclaimed expert on narcissism who met his life partner, a DID w/23 different personalities, on Quora and has links to his website trolling for clients on Quora complete with testimonials and zero credentials.
2. A Machiavellian/Sociopath/Narcissist (enough said?)
3. A state registered nurse that was clueless

So, my account was suspended by a moderator, because I was using an initial for my last name since I joined 6 months ago. Quora has a policy of using your real full name that is visible to everyone using the site, which includes some seriously demented freaks. As recently as two days ago, Quora sent me a notice about site safety, but I figured I was pretty safe just having an initial for my last name. The Quora profile page offers you the opportunity to have your full name, address, employment, web page link and whatever, which I consider pretty unsafe.

I decided to put my last name in and it takes me to a page with the link to edit my name and the same page are comments about what people think about the name policy, which includes discussions on having a fake name and Quora has no means of verification, seriously.

So, I deleted my account and will start up a fake one, because there are some very credible posters and you can follow them without being seen by the trolls or freaks.

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