Explain the case: I was warned for re-posting a question in the QnA subforum. "What is the easiest way to get a COI ban?" The original thread was taken down, and I was not given any notice of this, nor was I told the reason, or the staff member, who had removed it. Since I was not told why it was against the rules to ask something like this, I reposted it hoping to get an answer. Instead, I get a warning point from @Jabba the Slut saying that it's spam(?), which doesn't make any sense, because I had only reposted* it once and I had a valid reason to. Jabba also admits to being the person who removed the original thread-- though this was after the warning point was given.Related Evidence: Spoiler: pms "Of course I moved your QNA. Both of them. That is not the type of behavior we encourage on our platforms." --I ask what kind of behavior that is exactly and Jabba replies with "Self-destructive behavior, such as willfully seeking a ban, and consulting the community on how to nail your coffin." --First off, asking a question does not mean I would actually do any of replies I received (for instance, I know CP is a COI offense but I wouldn't post it). And second, it's a relatively harmless question anyway, and "self-destructive behavior" is not against the rules, nor is it spam. Leads don't ban on request anymore, for some reason, so I figured this would be a good way to go. Good news is if I keep getting these invalid warning points I should be banned in no time flat!