Just want to know the general opinion on "mismatched location". Should a pokestop be rejected right away if it doesn't exactly match was is showing on Google Maps? I had 2 POI rejected recently and the issue is that it's a more rural area therefore Google doesn't go as often to update. Some play modules in the park have been updated and a picnic area has been moved to the other side of the park.
This is google Maps
This is the actual location. Which shows the turnstile I had submitted...
I believe some common sense should be used by the reviewers before they are just plainly rejected as a mismatched location. This is frustrating and a waste of time for everyone... I can't believe we just have to appeal everything.
Am I wrong about this???