Niantic Review Decision
I received this as a reason for an eligible wayspot being denied. I have seen numerous approvals of similar wayspots and mine is no different. It’s unique, safe to access, and not at a school, private property, or any other rejection reason.
I need to know what the title (Niantic Review Decision) means as it seems generic at best and in the past, I’ve had many legitimate nominations voted down by a group of hardcore wayfarers (it’s really one guy on multiple accounts), and they’ve posted here regarding it which proved intent of harassment.
So, if I know what that means, I can get it looked into as to why it was rejected and appeal it as it’s unnecessary drama I really do not want to deal with. If it’s the same person, Niantic can review that and give proper judgment, but again, the reason is generic.
For context, it’s one of those residential community fancy signs. I’ve seen many of them as stops/gyms, and I see them as nominations constantly.
@ZeIdaSymphony-PGO Could you show us the nomination (photo, location, texts)? Granted, Niantic reviews have a bad reputation, but every case should be seen on its own.
@Jeroenix-ING I could have zoomed in on the sign, but it’s a whole thing and they were part of the old gate I think but the gate is gone.
"Niantic Review Decision" means that it has been reviewed by Niantic, not a group of wayfarers.
And if you search in this forum, you'll see that most of the people would reject your nomination as not meeting criteria. Nothing against you, just that existing wayspots aren't examples of what's acceptable and neighborhood entrance signs are quick rejects for so many people.
@WheelTrekker-ING then how come I see so many of them up? They’re more unique than mile markers and they do give reason for exploring as you’re exploring a new neighborhood.
They have been clarified many times as not meeting criteria, some squeeze through sometimes. Correct rejection none the less.
Not that I do t trust you, but can you direct me to a link?