Techmorereview is here to help you shape and improve the world. We do it by giving you a powerful, open-to-all review platform where you can share and discover experiences, and connect with businesses to help them improve.

The only thing we ask is that you respect and follow these guidelines to help us all keep Techmorereview a collaborative and trustworthy place for everyone to enjoy. Thanks for getting on board — let’s upgrade the world!

When to write a review

Our platform contains links to other websites, but that doesn’t mean we endorse those websites. We encourage you to review the privacy policies for these third-party websites because their procedures for collecting, handling and processing personal data might be different to ours.

We’re an open platform

You can write a review if you’ve had a recent, genuine experience.

Reviews are your chance to share your experiences with others and give feedback to companies. Size doesn’t matter here, we think all experiences big and small are worth reviewing — whether it’s a phone call, an online order, a visit to your local store or otherwise using a company’s products or service.

Just keep it fresh by writing about your experience that happened in the past 12 months. While your story about buying a boombox in the 80s is cool, it’s less relevant for consumers looking to invest in today’s hi-tech audio products. When you share your recent experiences, other readers get a feel for how a company is operating now. And companies get valuable up-to-date feedback.

Don’t write a fake or biased review

Don’t make up an experience or write a review for someone else — leave it to them to write their own review. And if you’re closely associated with, work for, or are in competition with a particular company, you shouldn’t review it.

Play nice

We expect you to be a respectful contributor to our platform. So play nice, don’t be a jerk. Don’t post anything harmful, hateful, discriminatory, defamatory or obscene. And don’t lie, bully, blackmail, make threats or do anything illegal.

What exactly is defamatory?

That’s a tough one to explain. We’re a platform that sits between consumers and businesses, so we have to balance competing responsibilities: We want to let everyone tell their story (good or bad), but we’re also required to take down words and statements that are likely to cause serious harm to someone’s reputation or serious financial loss to a business.

The most powerful reviews explain what took place and leave it to readers to draw their own conclusions.

We don’t get involved in disputes about what actually went down between a reviewer and a business. Techmorereview is a consumer review platform, not a regulatory authority or a court of law.

Promos are no-nos

Keep your reviews relevant — don’t include any promotional references, marketing material or links. This isn’t the place to sell stuff, offer discount codes, form action groups or meet other like-minded singles in your area.

Edit or delete your review

Your review is owned by you. That means you can edit, update or delete your review at any time. You’re encouraged to update an existing review if you want to add more information about a particular experience. And while it’s fine to write more than one review for a business if you’ve had more than one experience, please don’t bombard a business with lots of reviews, because that’s not helpful for anyone.