Wayspot on Private Property
Title of the Wayspot: Blauer Baum mit Zwerg
Screenshot of the Rejection Email:
Photos to support your claim:
Additional information: The wayspot - in my opinion of low quality - consists of a few blue painted wooden blocks that are supposed to imitate a tree. Right next to it is an equally temporary garden gnome.
As if that weren't enough, the satellite view clearly shows that it is in the garden of a private single family house and - if I look at the angle from which it was photographed - was taken from the property - so probably even by the resident of the property himself.
It is against the rules, it is temporary decoration in the front yard of a single family house. To be on the safe side, I have included a photo with a geotag in which you can see the wayspot in the front yard - and a single mailbox right in front of it - because, as I suspected, only one family actually lives there.
Thanks for flagging, @Brukterra-PGO! I've escalated your report internally for review. We will follow-up as soon as we have more information to share.
Insufficient Evidence - Resubmit Appeal - Thanks for the appeal, Trainer. Due to insufficient evidence, we’re unable to retire the Pokéstop/Gym in question.
If you have additional evidence to share, please submit geotagged images and 360° video of the POI location showing the screen recording while accessing the Pokéstop/Gym and we’ll take another look.
It is incomprehensible to me that this evidence is insufficient. But alright, I'll see if I can create a photosphere without receiving complaints from residents.
I won't have time until the weekend, though. I will post an update on this thread. Hopefully you will look over it again and finally remove this Wayspot.