How can we ask private questions?

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Hello everyone. I need to ask IT Peers questions in private, even as a paid service. Is there any forum that allows that?

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That would be directly vie email. Assume that anything you post on the Internet is visible to everyone.

<b>Moderator Note:</b> You may submit a question for us to post for you by emailing Moderator@ITKnowledgeExchange.com. But we would still need to post the question for all to see to solicit an answer from your peers. Unless you used your actual name as your handle or username, then no one knows who you are when you post a question yourself. Never include identifiable information in your question if you wish to remain anonymous.

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  • NewBie80
    OK let me put my question this way: Is there a private forum where only paying members would be able to read my question and answers to it?
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  • Denny Cherry
    Not that I'm aware of. That sort of forum isn't a very sustainable business model as people have no way of seeing what sort of questions and answers are given before joining.
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