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Reviews need moderating

Discussion in 'TES Authors' Group' started by MathSci, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. MathSci

    MathSci New commenter

    I have seen some very good resources given 2 or 3 stars by people without justifying their choice. There could be hidden motives.
     
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  2. ajs12345

    ajs12345 New commenter

    Couldn’t agree more. Likewise, there’s some mediocre resources with 3 or 4 extremely complimentary reviews and guess what? Go on any other of that seller’s resources and you’ll find the same reviewers heaping praise. Usually staff they work with or mates doing them a favour.

    There’s a lot of foul play out there.
     
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  3. MosaiK

    MosaiK Occasional commenter

    I also wonder if it may be a good idea (@tes), if buyers could contact us in a different way than just through the review system. ;) Sometimes buyers may just have a question about something missing or gone wrong or need clarification and that should justify a contact opportunity rather than having to leave a bad review.
    We can all make mistakes, but mistakes don't mean our resources are bad. :eek:
     
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  4. extra golden-time

    extra golden-time New commenter

    Ha ha! You are so right. But why put this sort of common sense thinking into to place when you can invest your time into clawing back money from sellers.
     

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