Invalid Wayspot Appeal: Wayspot approved with fake photo
Title of the Portal: Queen Elizabeth Drive GR Postbox
Screenshot of the Rejection Email:
Photos to support your claim:
The first two photos are taken from the ingress scanner. The third photo is taken from the location of this portal in Google Street View.
The photo used for the submission of this postbox is not of this postbox but is of a completely different postbox. This can be clearly seen due to the letters GR (Representing that it dates from the reign of King George VI) on the body of the postbox in the fake photos, and the letters ER (representing that it is from the reign of Queen Elizabeth) on the body of the postbox as seen in street view.
This waypoint was submitted with fake photos to increase its chances of being accepted. While there is debate in the UK over which postboxes are acceptable - postboxes with initials GR are typically accepted, while postboxes with the initials ER are almost never accepted due to the fact that they are still in production in the present day. Without the fake image this waypoint would not have been accepted.
Please can you reconsider your decision to retain this waypoint.