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Title Wayspot Submission: Igreja Católica Santa Inês
Approximate location of submission: -22.612863,-43.282756
City: Rio de Janeiro
E-mail rejection submission:
Photo of the Wayspot request and support photo:
You cannot appeal rejected submissions at present. If you think it should be a Waypoint, resubmit the nomination.
@sogNinjaman-ING I've requested it more than 3 times and talked to anyone who requested it years ago and it was rejected, even it was marked as duplicate.
Can I put the rejection emails to show that it was rejected several times?
Looks like someone tried to "double up" on Wayspots by first submitting the statue St. Agnes in front of the church and then the church later but the reviewers are having none of it.
Either way, you cannot appeal the rejection of the church nomination, and you should take this as a lesson to not doubling up Wayspots in such an obscene way just so you can have two Pokestops.
A statue can very well be eligible on its own.
Hm, but this indication of this statue was not mine, but it seems that a lesson has been learned, Reject churches with statues of their saints, I think I was dissatisfied with that.
Thanks for the appeal, @Fortnite290-ING! We're not currently reviewing Portal submissions. Please resubmit the nomination by improving its title/description if you feel that it is a valid nomination.
too many cancer in Wayfarer I think they do it by group because it was a fastest way to gain an upgrade. They do it on there own advantage. rejecting eligible wayspots. for example they will put no pedestrian but the photo it was an access even you put link of the street view location. they just put random reason just to reject. some will says low quality photo even the photo is good. Niantic should do about kind of behavior both reviewer and the requester because I also review some joke submission like a snapshot of pokemon with team rocket (event) some will also submitted home appliances.