tip: lex m/m (mature OR explicit)
If you read the whole question it's rather easy to understand what they're asking.
I did read your whole question, OP, multiple times, and I didn't understand it. Once I read your comments on a previous news post, it made a lot more sense--but that context was not in the question. And frankly, a TOS violation is a TOS violation is a TOS violation. Once you got notice that they were breaking the rules, it becomes your responsibility to ensure you don't break them again. Commercial advertisement has been against TOS from the beginning of OTW, and is integral to keeping its non-profit status. Abuse gives notice and a chance to fix the problem before moving to time-limited suspension. It is not their responsibility to ensure that the email you provided is accurate; it is yours. Just because you didn't like the answer they gave doesn't mean it was wrong.