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2008-12-18 10:14:50 I cannot find the information you were using as a source. The website contains no obvious links to such a database. I reverted your edit because there does not seem to be independently verifiable information to back it up. —JoePomidor
2008-12-18 15:16:01 Howdy, I checked the website (http://www2.dre.ca.gov/PublicASP/pplinfo.asp?License_id=00832829) and I noticed that the two people in question haven't been licensed officers at that business for more than two and a half years. As such, I don't think that the current business should be saddled with such information on their wiki page. —JoePomidor
2008-12-18 18:32:52 Is it a good idea for you as a Realtor to post that on another Realtor's page? The information was added to the article part of the page, and not a signed comment with a disclaimer about your involvement in the industry. Being that the events referenced were adjudicated over several years ago, and you offered no further information about the violation really doesn't make it a useful addition to the page.
The Wiki continues to struggle with issues related to the posting of factual information like this, but your posting really left out some critically important information including:
that you are a Realtor. Ethically it is very different for someone to post the results of their attempt to reach resolution with a business professional, and another professional posting on their competitor's page.
the nature of the violation. The violation could be a simple procedural issue, or it could be a major ethics violation that is worthy of notice.
a link to the source of your information
Please reconsider. —JasonAller