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One of the users (let's call him AAdam) of a site I own told me that there is aan underage user (let's call him BBrian) on our site; the Terms of Service say that you have to be 18 years old to use the site; but the underage userBrian is just 14. AAdam is not the only one who told me this; after his mail, more mails came telling that heBrian is underage and should be removed. But BBrian is not disruptive,disruptive; he is a very valuable user and I would not like to lose him, thoughalthough he is actually too young to use the site.

The age limit is not there because there is 18+ content on the site, so I can actually remove it, but I'm afraid that the users who complain will also complain about this change, or leave the site. The ToS also says that the site owners can change it at any time they want.

How can I make sure that I don't have to delete him?

One of the users (let's call him A) of a site I own told me that there is a underage user (let's call him B) on our site; the Terms of Service say that you have to be 18 years old to use the site; but the underage user is just 14. A is not the only one who told me this; after his mail, more mails came telling that he is underage and should be removed. But B is not disruptive, he is a very valuable user and I would not like to lose him, though he is actually too young to use the site.

The age limit is not there because there is 18+ content on the site, so I can actually remove it but I'm afraid that the users who complain will also complain about this change, or leave the site. The ToS also says that the site owners can change it at any time they want.

How can I make sure that I don't have to delete him?

One of the users (let's call him Adam) of a site I own told me that there is an underage user (let's call him Brian) on our site; the Terms of Service say that you have to be 18 years old to use the site; but Brian is just 14. Adam is not the only one who told me this; after his mail, more mails came telling that Brian is underage and should be removed. But Brian is not disruptive; he is a very valuable user and I would not like to lose him, although he is actually too young to use the site.

The age limit is not there because there is 18+ content on the site, so I can actually remove it, but I'm afraid that the users who complain will also complain about this change, or leave the site. The ToS also says that the site owners can change it at any time they want.

How can I make sure that I don't have to delete him?

4 It's an age *requirement*, not really a limit :D
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One of the users (let's call him A) of a site I own told me that there is a underage user (let's call him B) on our site; the Terms of Service say that you have to be 18 years old to use the site; but the underage user is just 14. A is not the only one who told me this; after his mail, more mails came telling that he is underage and should be removed. But B is not disruptive, he is a very valuable user and I would not like to lose him, though he is actually too young to use the site.

The age limit is not there because there is 18+ content on the site, so I can actually remove it but I'm afraid that the users who complain will also complain about this change, or leave the site. The ToS also says that the site owners can change it at any time they want.

How can I make sure that I don't have to delete him?

One of the users (let's call him A) of a site I own told me that there is a underage user (let's call him B) on our site; the Terms of Service say that you have to be 18 years old to use the site; but the underage user is just 14. A is not the only one who told me this; after his mail, more mails came telling that he is underage and should be removed. But B is not disruptive, he is a very valuable user and I would not like to lose him, though he is actually too young to use the site.

The age limit is not there because there is 18+ content on the site, so I can actually remove it but I'm afraid that the users who complain will also complain about this change, or leave the site.

How can I make sure that I don't have to delete him?

One of the users (let's call him A) of a site I own told me that there is a underage user (let's call him B) on our site; the Terms of Service say that you have to be 18 years old to use the site; but the underage user is just 14. A is not the only one who told me this; after his mail, more mails came telling that he is underage and should be removed. But B is not disruptive, he is a very valuable user and I would not like to lose him, though he is actually too young to use the site.

The age limit is not there because there is 18+ content on the site, so I can actually remove it but I'm afraid that the users who complain will also complain about this change, or leave the site. The ToS also says that the site owners can change it at any time they want.

How can I make sure that I don't have to delete him?

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