Rather than provoke any unpleasantness on the forum, the best thing to do for serious breaches of forum rules is send an 'alert' to moderators by clicking on the red exclamation mark that appears with every post and PM.
Note that the default complaint is "Offensive remarks
"! This can be changed via the drop down list.
The idea of an alert is that the first moderator to pick it up will (hopefully) drop everything else and rush to see what the problem is.
Imagine their reaction when the 'crisis' turns out to be Use the 'alert' sparingly for matters which seriously breach forum rules and require prompt attention, e.g. advertising, personal attacks, or remarks that the wider community is likely to find very offensive.
For non-urgent, less critical matters - e.g. to report a duplicate topic or off-topic post:
• please post your request/suggestion on the thread in question
• or send a PM to "Moderators" (without the quotation marks), including a link to the relevant post
• or both.
You may not receive any acknowledgement, but moderators will read your comments, and consider carefully whether any action is required. They may decide, for example, to edit a post, to remove the entire post if appropriate, or simply to keep a watchful eye on the thread.