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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Lawn-Sharks, Sep 23, 2008.
Could you contradict yourself any quicker?
We don't say you don't have to post your business name.
We recommend that you don't use your business name just in case that customer wants to smear your name all over the board for TRUTH you posted about them.
Per YOUR website:
Oh yeah, your actual business name is not posted so they won't know who you are, unless you make your User Name the name of your business (NOT RECOMMENDED).
I think that says it all right there.
As far as your 2nd statement goes...
Are you saying its alright for someone to post info about someone else that is not verifiable at all but its NOT ok for the person who is being slandered to defend themselves?
If you sign up as a member and submit a "word of mouth" report about a difficult or nonpaying customer, that customer you reported may be upset because you posted them. If they see your business name as a user name, then they could go around telling "untruths" about you.
So this is why we recommend you create any user name you would like. You can use your business name or not. Honestly, we don't care what your user name is.
And so we don't spin the wheel on this subject over and over without getting anywhere, we make it very clear - "The information you post on the site about your customer is your responsibility." We provide the platform.
Now keep the feedback coming, but we will not go back and forth on this. I think this is very clear what we are stating.
You still dont deny that a company can post lies about a customer and thats my biggest problem.
As I said in the post that just got removed a website like this is a great idea but there are to many holes in yours.
Well, we appreciate your feedback and we will use your feedback along with others to improve our website as we grow.
Our conference call today turned out well and we have many new updates taking place very soon that everyone will be able to benefit from.
Hope you enjoy your Memorial Day weekend... be safe!
And you still havent addressed my main concern.
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