To refute this, first of all, the profile was deleted when I first went on. Second of all, The is no way I would be able to get their permission because the user was banned globally by fandom. Also, when you removed the message I had put on his profile, you didn't have permission from him either. Thirdly, I was helping the people who didn't know that this person was blocked, and fourthly, this happed quite a while ago, I had to remember what had happened. I'm not trying to be rude, I'm trying to refute this warning.
the profile was deleted when I first went on. Second of all, The is no way I would be able to get their permission because the user was banned globally by fandom.
"I would not be able to get their permission" does not mean you have their permission. If anything, that is literally the most clear-cut example of not having permission. Like, that would be like saying I broke into the bank because I couldn't get ahold of the staff to get permission to steal. No, that's not how things work.
when you removed the message I had put on his profile, you didn't have permission from him either
I'm an administrator, I don't need permission to edit other people's pages to remove rule-breaking content and/or broken stuff. That's like saying the police can't legally escort you out of the bank you're robbing without getting hit with trespassing charges.
I saw you made this thread regarding applying for staff a few days back. If it helps you out further, to find out how many mainspace edits you have you can go to the Contributions tab on your profile and change “All” in the drop down menu to “(Main).” All you have to do afterwards is to count how many mainspace contributions you have in the list of contribs below. Hopefully you get it! :)
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