Urgent way to appeal
marcosboliveira-PGO Posts: 1 ✭
Look at the situation, I had two wayspot suggestions turned down for pretty bizarre reasons. One of them inside a mall was marked as "waterfall, forest or other natural element". The other on a neighborhood corner, was marked as "farm, rural property". It is so absurd that there is no way to attribute this to the simple incompetence of the evaluators, but to a purposeful action, which would justify a review of the evaluation, a way of appealing the result.
According to @NianticDanbocat's recent post. Reviewers are not required to accept any nomination.
This might be a translation issue, but there is no rejection reason for rural property, it’s “private residential property or farm.” You’re focusing on the farm portion when it was probably rejected as a house (which “a neighborhood corner” usually is).
The one inside the mall sounds like it was rejected as “natural feature,” which I guess could be in a shopping mall, but was probably one in a series of rejection reasons (again, I’m guessing, as the post is quite sparse on details).
You could post more information, which might help provide better feedback.
Right. The neighborhood sign is probably on the edge of a homeowner's property.
Waterfall in a mall... I guess I could see people saying it's a bit of nature, just like potted plants in a mall are. If it's big, and the pin was in the middle, it has no pedestrian access. You could possibly resubmit this, talking about how people meet here, throw coins in the water (to benefit a charity), if any events happen in that area (like a chorus at Christmas).
This has been the system for years now, why is it urgent now?
Post the full set of nomination photos and text in the "Nomination Improvement" section, then we can comment properly.