Guidelines for Reviewers
Techmorereview is here to support your efforts to change and better the world. We accomplish this by providing you with a robust, public review platform where you can engage with companies to assist in their improvement while also sharing and discovering new experiences.
To help us all maintain Techmorereview a friendly and reliable space for everyone to enjoy, all we ask is that you respect and abide by our rules.
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We are a public platform.
If you’ve just had a real, recent experience, you can leave a review.
Reviews provide you the opportunity to tell others about your experiences and provide companies with feedback. We believe that every interaction with a firm, whether it be through a phone conversation, an online order, a visit to your neighborhood shop, or in any other way, is valuable enough to be reviewed.
Write up an experience you had within the last 12 months to keep it interesting. Companies receive insightful, current input.
False Reviews are not accepted
Everyone must post their own reviews; don’t fabricate experiences or reviews . Additionally, you shouldn’t review it if you are in any way connected to, employed by, or in competition with the organization that you are reviewing.
Use Appropriate Language
You must use our site with respect, as is expected of you. So be cordial; don’t be rude. Post nothing offensive, vile, offensive, discriminatory, defamatory, or obscene. Additionally, refrain from lying, abusing others, extortion, threatening behavior, or engaging in any other criminal activity.
We do not permit promotions
Don’t include any links, marketing materials, or references that aren’t pertinent to your evaluations. This is not the place to start a business, distribute coupons, organize campaigns, or connect with local singles who share your interests.
Right To Remove Your Review
You own the review that you write. As a result, you have complete control over your review at all times. If you want to include extra details about a specific experience, you’re invited to improve an existing review. Additionally, while it’s acceptable to write more than one review for a company if you’ve had multiple positive experiences, refrain from deluging that company with numerous evaluations since that is not helpful to anyone.