WinmoTalk is first and foremost a forum aimed at facilitating productive discussion, helping our users assist each other on their path to win more business. We encourage robust discourse, and merely request that everyone participating keep the dialogue productive and professional. In order to ensure a positive experience for all, we’ve provided a brief set of community guidelines detailed below. Should you have any questions, please contact us at We’re more than happy to chat.

1. Follow the Golden Rule. What we all learned in grade school is still very much applicable on WinmoTalk. Treat others how you would like to be treated! Users may not use WinmoTalk to engage in abusive behavior of any kind. Please refrain from any attacks or other unwelcome communication (spam, phishing, junk email, etc.). We reserve the right to remove harmful content and to suspend or ban those violating the Golden Rule.

2. Be Professional. Our hope is that WinmoTalk will be a lively forum that provides our community with superior insights. We simply ask that discussion here remain professional. Of course everyone will have personal opinions, and that’s absolutely fair game, just as long as it stays respectful and constructive. Please do not share unprofessional or inappropriate content.

3. Respect others' rights and the law. WinmoTalk may not in any way be used for any illegal activity. It may also not be used in such a way to violate the rights of others. Do not use Winmo Talk to commit fraud. Should you share any copyrighted works, trademarks, private information, or trade secrets, make absolutely sure that you have the legal right to do so before posting.

4. We reserve the right to moderate any and all content. Forum moderators are primarily tasked with ensuring that everyone’s experience on WinmoTalk is as positive as possible. Sometimes this means jumping in to moderate content. Please keep in mind that we reserve the right to edit or remove content we deem to be harmful, defamatory, or explicit. We also reserve the right to hop into conversations to make sure everything discussed is accurate. If we feel we can chime in with a helpful word or two, expect to hear from us!