Don't quote me on this
DQMOT, but I'm pretty sure the teacher said the test was tomorrow.
|QFT||Quoted for truth|
|QFE||Quoted for emphasis|
|blvmot||Believe me on that|
|DBEYR||Don't believe everything you read|
|BION||Believe it or not|
|AIMB||As I mentioned before|
|DYOR||Do your own research|
When someone is not sure a statement they're making is correct, they may preface that statement with DQMOT (don't quote me on this). This acronym is a warning that you may want to DYOR, rather than depending on the sender's knowledge.
Typically, people use DQMOT to avoid their friends, family, or co-workers blaming them for providing misinformation. For example, if you ask a co-worker about this month's quotas, they may preface their answer with DQMOT, so you can't blame them if their answer is wrong.