I'm not a moderator (so I don't know the exact reasons). Just read the rules before posting, also in my best guess... it could be that you didn't verify your review with a site you have with said company. Oh well, hopefully read the rules and post your review again (if it's accecptable).
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I'm sorry, but really, i'm not in a courtroom, so I don't have to defend myself here.
I already apologized for breaking the rules.
To verify the legitimacy of a review, you need to submit your domain to the moderators, this is the rule for posting reviews here. If you fail to do so, the review gets deleted. This isn't something that is exclusive to you, it is a universal rule here.
So no it's not funny that your post disappeared, it's policy.
no, it is funny how he just stated that there has been other reviews that didn't get removed.
Also, I don't see this "Policy" in the rules.
And I never knew that the half a dozen of people that keep asking me for a domain name were moderators.
And that's alittle obsessive.. why dont you guys just tell me what to put word for word in my review. I was also told that I have to have more "experiences" with them. I guess 4 years isn't enough experience.
I don't understand why you are putting up such a fight. Just re-post, report the post to the mods with a domain name and that's it. It's one extra step that take 3 seconds and ensures that you (or anyone for that matter) are providing accurate information as to better serve the community.
It is pretty commonplace on other web hosting review sites for people to post illegitimate reviews and part of the reason why WHT has a strong reputation is because they make the effort to verify them. I could get on another board or review site and say " blahblahhost.com is super awesome they treat me like I'm a god" even though I have never used them. Then when people read my review and say "Hey. I think I'll sign up with blahblahhost.com." but all have terrible experiences because blahblahhost.com is actually not a reputable or reliable company, it is because I misled them and the review site was neglectful in letting that happen.
Sadly, there is a lot of dishonesty in the web hosting industry because of its hyper-competitive nature, it's not personal.
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